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Office Manager

AAS Business

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The Associate of Applied Science degree provides students with a foundation in basic accounting principles and applications with an in-depth knowledge of business, computer, and communication skills necessary for today’s office professional. Students will acquire skills to assist them in working with others and handling administrative responsibilities for various office positions. The program prepares students to work in professions not requiring a four-year degree.

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TS Business

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The Associate of Applied Science degree provides students with a foundation in basic accounting principles and applications with an in-depth knowledge of business, computer, and communication skills necessary for today’s office professional. Students will acquire skills to assist them in working with others and handling administrative responsibilities for various office positions. The program prepares students to work in professions not requiring a four-year degree.

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Construction Industry

HVAC Technician

Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology Certificate of Proficiency

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Air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems consist of many mechanical, electrical, and electronic components, including motors, compressors, pumps, fans, ducts, pipes, thermostats, and switches. Our HVAC graduates will be able to maintain, diagnose, and correct problems throughout an entire system, including modern industry challenges such as energy audits, green principles, and energy efficiency. Students follow blueprints, design specifications, and manufacturer’s instructions to install motors, compressors, condensing units, evaporators, piping, and other components all while using the newest technology.

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Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology Technical Certificate

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Air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems consist of many mechanical, electrical, and electronic components, including motors, compressors, pumps, fans, ducts, pipes, thermostats, and switches. Our HVAC graduates will be able to maintain, diagnose, and correct problems throughout an entire system, including modern industry challenges such as energy audits, green principles, and energy efficiency. Students follow blueprints, design specifications, and manufacturer’s instructions to install motors, compressors, condensing units, evaporators, piping, and other components all while using the newest technology.

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Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology, A.A.S.

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Air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems consist of many mechanical, electrical, and electronic components, including motors, compressors, pumps, fans, ducts, pipes, thermostats, and switches. Our HVAC graduates will be able to maintain, diagnose, and correct problems throughout an entire system, including modern industry challenges such as energy audits, green principles, and energy efficiency. Students follow blueprints, design specifications, and manufacturer’s instructions to install motors, compressors, condensing units, evaporators, piping, and other components all while using the newest technology.

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HVAC Troubleshooting Workforce Development

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UACCM’s Workforce Development provides cost-efficient skills training to meet company needs. Training can be held on campus or at your place of business. Customized opportunity begins with a needs assessment to identify gaps or areas for improvement in skills and efficiency. Contact the department of Workforce Development and Community Education today to schedule your assessment.

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Architectural Drafter

AutoCAD Workforce Development

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UACCM’s Workforce Development provides cost-efficient skills training to meet company needs. Training can be held on campus or at your place of business. Customized opportunity begins with a needs assessment to identify gaps or areas for improvement in skills and efficiency. Contact the department of Workforce Development and Community Education today to schedule your assessment.

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Drafting Certificate Of Proficiency

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The Drafting program at UACCM examines a wide range of drafting and design experiences to prepare students for entry-level positions in the drafting industry. The program introduces students to the drafting profession, principles, and technology used within the different drafting fields. Throughout the program, students learn and work with the following computer-aided drafting and 3-D modeling programs: AutoCAD, Inventor Professional, Revit Suite, and SDS/2. Students learn basic techniques for residential and commercial drafting, structural steel drafting, machine, and mechanical drafting. Realistic projects and working with clients are incorporated into the semester projects. The Drafting program curriculum includes the study of design concepts and sustainability theories to give students an edge in today’s workplace.

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Drafting Technical Certificate

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The Drafting program at UACCM examines a wide range of drafting and design experiences to prepare students for entry-level positions in the drafting industry. The program introduces students to the drafting profession, principles, and technology used within the different drafting fields. Throughout the program, students learn and work with the following computer-aided drafting and 3-D modeling programs: AutoCAD, Inventor Professional, Revit Suite, and SDS/2. Students learn basic techniques for residential and commercial drafting, structural steel drafting, machine, and mechanical drafting. Realistic projects and working with clients are incorporated into the semester projects. The Drafting program curriculum includes the study of design concepts and sustainability theories to give students an edge in today’s workplace.

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Drafting Workforce Development

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UACCM’s Workforce Development provides cost-efficient skills training to meet company needs. Training can be held on campus or at your place of business. Customized opportunity begins with a needs assessment to identify gaps or areas for improvement in skills and efficiency. Contact the department of Workforce Development and Community Education today to schedule your assessment.

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Drafting, A.A.S.

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The Drafting program at University of Arkansas Community College - Morrilton (UACCM) examines a wide range of drafting and design experiences to prepare students for entry-level positions in the drafting industry. The program introduces students to the drafting profession, principles, and technology used within the different drafting fields.

Throughout the program, students learn and work with the following computer-aided drafting and 3-D modeling programs: AutoCAD, Inventor Professional, Revit Suite, and SDS/2. Students learn basic techniques for residential and commercial drafting, structural steel drafting, machine, and mechanical drafting. Realistic projects and working with clients are incorporated into the semester projects. The Drafting program curriculum includes the study of design concepts and sustainability theories to give students an edge in today’s workplace.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Surveying Certificate Of Proficiency

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Surveyors are experts at measurement. They establish official land boundaries; write descriptions of land for deeds, easements and leases; and measure construction and mineral sites. Students in the surveying program will be trained to operate surveying equipment, including automatic levels, total stations, and global positioning system (GPS) receivers. Instruction covers procedures and computations involved in boundary, route and construction surveys, as well as preparing legal documents, plats, maps, and reports.

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Surveying Technical Certificate

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Surveyors are experts at measurement. They establish official land boundaries; write descriptions of land for deeds, easements and leases; and measure construction and mineral sites. Students in the surveying program will be trained to operate surveying equipment, including automatic levels, total stations, and global positioning system (GPS) receivers. Instruction covers procedures and computations involved in boundary, route and construction surveys, as well as preparing legal documents, plats, maps, and reports.

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Surveying, A.A.S.

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Surveyors are experts at measurement. They establish official land boundaries; write descriptions of land for deeds, easements and leases; and measure construction and mineral sites. Students in the surveying program will be trained to operate surveying equipment, including automatic levels, total stations, and global positioning system (GPS) receivers. Instruction covers procedures and computations involved in boundary, route and construction surveys, as well as preparing legal documents, plats, maps, and reports.

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Welder

Welding Technology Certificate Of Proficiency

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UACCM’s Welding Technology program is creating a gateway to a host of career opportunities in the welding industry. The program provides training for students in the following areas of welding: welding safety, shielded metal arc (Stick Welding) welding, gas metal arc (MIG) welding, gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding, advanced tungsten arc welding, flux core arc welding, and blueprint reading. Students will be provided the opportunity to apply knowledge from theory-based classes to practical exercises in the lab. Students spend a significant amount of their time learning the different welding processes by actually welding in the lab. Students are graded based on their welding performances and held to the same standards outlined in the AWS D1.1 qualification standards. A Certificate of Proficiency, Technical Certificate and/or an Associate of Applied Science degree in Welding will better prepare students for employment opportunities in the industry.

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Welding Technology Technical Certificate

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UACCM’s Welding Technology program is creating a gateway to a host of career opportunities in the welding industry. The program provides training for students in the following areas of welding: welding safety, shielded metal arc (Stick Welding) welding, gas metal arc (MIG) welding, gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding, advanced tungsten arc welding, flux core arc welding, and blueprint reading. Students will be provided the opportunity to apply knowledge from theory-based classes to practical exercises in the lab. Students spend a significant amount of their time learning the different welding processes by actually welding in the lab. Students are graded based on their welding performances and held to the same standards outlined in the AWS D1.1 qualification standards. A Certificate of Proficiency, Technical Certificate and/or an Associate of Applied Science degree in Welding will better prepare students for employment opportunities in the industry.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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UACCM’s Welding Technology program is creating a gateway to a host of career opportunities in the welding industry. The program provides training for students in the following areas of welding: welding safety, shielded metal arc (Stick Welding) welding, gas metal arc (MIG) welding, gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding, advanced tungsten arc welding, flux core arc welding, and blueprint reading. Students will be provided the opportunity to apply knowledge from theory-based classes to practical exercises in the lab. Students spend a significant amount of their time learning the different welding processes by actually welding in the lab. Students are graded based on their welding performances and held to the same standards outlined in the AWS D1.1 qualification standards. A Certificate of Proficiency, Technical Certificate and/or an Associate of Applied Science degree in Welding will better prepare students for employment opportunities in the industry.

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Welding Workforce Development

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UACCM’s Workforce Development provides cost-efficient skills training to meet company needs. Training can be held on campus or at your place of business. Customized opportunity begins with a needs assessment to identify gaps or areas for improvement in skills and efficiency. Contact the department of Workforce Development and Community Education today to schedule your assessment.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Service Technology Certificate Of Proficiency

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UACCM’s Automotive Service Technology program covers the operation, maintenance, and repair of the modern vehicle. Students will learn to troubleshoot issues accurately using high-tech diagnostic equipment on a diverse fleet of vehicles. Students will receive classroom instruction that complements the hands-on training assignments that are completed in the shop. Reading, basic math, and computer skills are essential to success since auto repair requires such precision. Major tools needed for this program are provided. Throughout the program, students have the ability to earn industry-recognized certifications.

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Automotive Service Technology Technical Certificate

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UACCM’s Automotive Service Technology program covers the operation, maintenance, and repair of the modern vehicle. Students will learn to troubleshoot issues accurately using high-tech diagnostic equipment on a diverse fleet of vehicles. Students will receive classroom instruction that complements the hands-on training assignments that are completed in the shop. Reading, basic math, and computer skills are essential to success since auto repair requires such precision. Major tools needed for this program are provided. Throughout the program, students have the ability to earn industry-recognized certifications.

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Automotive Service Technology, A.A.S.

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UACCM’s Automotive Service Technology program covers the operation, maintenance, and repair of the modern vehicle. Students will learn to troubleshoot issues accurately using high-tech diagnostic equipment on a diverse fleet of vehicles. Students will receive classroom instruction that complements the hands-on training assignments that are completed in the shop. Reading, basic math, and computer skills are essential to success since auto repair requires such precision. Major tools needed for this program are provided. Throughout the program, students have the ability to earn industry-recognized certifications.

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Auto Body Technician

Collision Repair And Refinishing Technology Technical Certificate

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The Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology program prepares students to enter the workforce with skills such as body and frame restoration, metal repair, refinishing processes, and computerized estimates. Training includes the use of various hand and power tools to prepare, finish, and paint damaged surfaces. Hands-on experience also covers emerging repair techniques, including plastic welding and aluminum repair. Throughout the program, students will have the ability to earn several industry-recognized certifications.

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Truck Driver

Commercial Driver Training Workforce Development

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UACCM’s Workforce Development provides cost-efficient skills training to meet company needs. Training can be held on campus or at your place of business. Customized opportunity begins with a needs assessment to identify gaps or areas for improvement in skills and efficiency. Contact the department of Workforce Development and Community Education today to schedule your assessment.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Information Systems Technology Technical Certificate

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The Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) program is designed to provide students with computer repair, networking, and programming skills that will prepare them for careers in today’s information technology (IT) field.

With an emphasis on industry-standard certifications, the CIS program provides an in-depth understanding of the skills employers are looking for in their IT staff. This program is not just classroom-based; instruction takes place in a hands-on laboratory environment that provides real-world experience in applying the skills valued by employers.

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Computer Information Systems Technology, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) program is designed to provide students with computer repair, networking, and programming skills that will prepare them for careers in today’s information technology (IT) field.

With an emphasis on industry-standard certifications, the CIS program provides an in-depth understanding of the skills employers are looking for in their IT staff. This program is not just classroom-based; instruction takes place in a hands-on laboratory environment that provides real-world experience in applying the skills valued by employers.

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Computer Information Systems Technology, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) program is designed to provide students with computer repair, networking, and programming skills that will prepare them for careers in today’s information technology (IT) field.

With an emphasis on industry-standard certifications, the CIS program provides an in-depth understanding of the skills employers are looking for in their IT staff. This program is not just classroom-based; instruction takes place in a hands-on laboratory environment that provides real-world experience in applying the skills valued by employers.

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Networking Technology Certificate Of Proficiency

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The Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) program is designed to provide students with computer repair, networking, and programming skills that will prepare them for careers in today’s information technology (IT) field.

With an emphasis on industry-standard certifications, the CIS program provides an in-depth understanding of the skills employers are looking for in their IT staff. This program is not just classroom-based; instruction takes place in a hands-on laboratory environment that provides real-world experience in applying the skills valued by employers.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Information Systems Technology Technical Certificate

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The Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) program is designed to provide students with computer repair, networking, and programming skills that will prepare them for careers in today’s information technology (IT) field.

With an emphasis on industry-standard certifications, the CIS program provides an in-depth understanding of the skills employers are looking for in their IT staff. This program is not just classroom-based; instruction takes place in a hands-on laboratory environment that provides real-world experience in applying the skills valued by employers.

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Computer Information Systems Technology Technical Certificate

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The Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) program is designed to provide students with computer repair, networking, and programming skills that will prepare them for careers in today’s information technology (IT) field.

With an emphasis on industry-standard certifications, the CIS program provides an in-depth understanding of the skills employers are looking for in their IT staff. This program is not just classroom-based; instruction takes place in a hands-on laboratory environment that provides real-world experience in applying the skills valued by employers.

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Computer Information Systems Technology Technical Certificate

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The Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) program is designed to provide students with computer repair, networking, and programming skills that will prepare them for careers in today’s information technology (IT) field.

With an emphasis on industry-standard certifications, the CIS program provides an in-depth understanding of the skills employers are looking for in their IT staff. This program is not just classroom-based; instruction takes place in a hands-on laboratory environment that provides real-world experience in applying the skills valued by employers.

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Computer Information Systems Technology, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) program is designed to provide students with computer repair, networking, and programming skills that will prepare them for careers in today’s information technology (IT) field.

With an emphasis on industry-standard certifications, the CIS program provides an in-depth understanding of the skills employers are looking for in their IT staff. This program is not just classroom-based; instruction takes place in a hands-on laboratory environment that provides real-world experience in applying the skills valued by employers.

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Computer Information Systems Technology, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) program is designed to provide students with computer repair, networking, and programming skills that will prepare them for careers in today’s information technology (IT) field.

With an emphasis on industry-standard certifications, the CIS program provides an in-depth understanding of the skills employers are looking for in their IT staff. This program is not just classroom-based; instruction takes place in a hands-on laboratory environment that provides real-world experience in applying the skills valued by employers.

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Computer Maintenance Certificate Of Proficiency

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The Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) program is designed to provide students with computer repair, networking, and programming skills that will prepare them for careers in today’s information technology (IT) field.

With an emphasis on industry-standard certifications, the CIS program provides an in-depth understanding of the skills employers are looking for in their IT staff. This program is not just classroom-based; instruction takes place in a hands-on laboratory environment that provides real-world experience in applying the skills valued by employers.

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Public Service Industry

Criminal Investigator

Crime Scene Investigation Certificate Of Proficiency

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The Criminal Justice Institute, a division of the University of Arkansas System, provides training to assist currently employed law enforcement officers in Arkansas in enhancing their professional knowledge and skills to better serve their communities. The Criminal Justice Institute has been providing the professional training and has entered into agreement with participating two-year and four-year institutions to award Certificates of Proficiency, Technical Certificates, and Associate of Applied Science degrees in the areas of Crime Scene Investigation and Law Enforcement Administration.

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Crime Scene Investigation Technical Certificate

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The Criminal Justice Institute, a division of the University of Arkansas System, provides training to assist currently employed law enforcement officers in Arkansas in enhancing their professional knowledge and skills to better serve their communities. The Criminal Justice Institute has been providing the professional training and has entered into agreement with participating two-year and four-year institutions to award Certificates of Proficiency, Technical Certificates, and Associate of Applied Science degrees in the areas of Crime Scene Investigation and Law Enforcement Administration.

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Crime Scene Investigation, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Institute, a division of the University of Arkansas System, provides training to assist currently employed law enforcement officers in Arkansas in enhancing their professional knowledge and skills to better serve their communities. The Criminal Justice Institute has been providing the professional training and has entered into agreement with participating two-year and four-year institutions to award Certificates of Proficiency, Technical Certificates, and Associate of Applied Science degrees in the areas of Crime Scene Investigation and Law Enforcement Administration.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Development Certificate Of Proficiency

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The Early Childhood Development (ECD) program combines classroom study and field experience with children from birth to eight years of age. Students gain an understanding of the social, emotional, intellectual, and physical growth and development of all children within an inclusive environment.

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Early Childhood Development Technical Certificate

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The Early Childhood Development (ECD) program combines classroom study and field experience with children from birth to eight years of age. Students gain an understanding of the social, emotional, intellectual, and physical growth and development of all children within an inclusive environment.

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Early Childhood Development, A.A.S.

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The Early Childhood Development (ECD) program combines classroom study and field experience with children from birth to eight years of age. Students gain an understanding of the social, emotional, intellectual, and physical growth and development of all children within an inclusive environment.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technician Certificate Of Proficiency

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The EMT 1008 course offered in the Emergency Medical Technician program is an introduction to the study of emergency medical services and the basic principles, procedures, and techniques of pre-hospital emergency care. Course content includes medical, legal, and ethical topics; patient assessment; medical and traumatic injuries; emergencies with emphasis on life-threatening conditions; airway and ventilation skills; cardiopulmonary resuscitation; and spinal immobilization and splinting.

Instruction includes a minimum of 120 contact hours of lecture and 48 hours of clinical practice, which includes 16 hours in the emergency room setting and a minimum of 14 emergency calls with an ambulance service. The course is based on the National Standard Curriculum Guidelines as developed by the Department of Transportation. Successful completion of this course prepares the student to apply for the National Registry Emergency Medical Technician examination to earn the EMT national certification. Graduates of the EMT program must complete the certification exam within two years of graduation and be a minimum of 18 years of age to receive the national certification.

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Police Officer

Law Enforcement Administration Certificate Of Proficiency

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The Criminal Justice Institute, a division of the University of Arkansas System, provides training to assist currently employed law enforcement officers of Arkansas in enhancing their professional knowledge and skills to better serve their communities. The Criminal Justice Institute has been providing the professional training and has entered into agreement with participating two-year and four-year institutions to award Certificates of Proficiency, Technical Certificates, and Associate of Applied Science degrees in the areas of Crime Scene Investigation and Law Enforcement Administration.

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Law Enforcement Administration Technical Certificate

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The Criminal Justice Institute, a division of the University of Arkansas System, provides training to assist currently employed law enforcement officers of Arkansas in enhancing their professional knowledge and skills to better serve their communities. The Criminal Justice Institute has been providing the professional training and has entered into agreement with participating two-year and four-year institutions to award Certificates of Proficiency, Technical Certificates, and Associate of Applied Science degrees in the areas of Crime Scene Investigation and Law Enforcement Administration.

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Law Enforcement Administration, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Institute, a division of the University of Arkansas System, provides training to assist currently employed law enforcement officers of Arkansas in enhancing their professional knowledge and skills to better serve their communities. The Criminal Justice Institute has been providing the professional training and has entered into agreement with participating two-year and four-year institutions to award Certificates of Proficiency, Technical Certificates, and Associate of Applied Science degrees in the areas of Crime Scene Investigation and Law Enforcement Administration.

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Healthcare Industry

Dietetic Technician

Dietary Management Certificate Of Proficiency

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The Dietary Management program is designed for individuals who wish to obtain the Certified Dietary Manager (CDM) credential. The program follows the curriculum prescribed by the Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals (ANFP) which is the national professional organization for dietary managers. It consists of classroom instruction and field experiences. Field experiences will be scheduled on an individual basis. All students are encouraged to join ANFP as a pre-professional member upon starting the program. Successful graduates of this program are eligible for the CDM credentialing exam and ANFP Professional membership.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assistant Workforce Development

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UACCM’s Workforce Development provides cost-efficient skills training to meet company needs. Training can be held on campus or at your place of business. Customized opportunity begins with a needs assessment to identify gaps or areas for improvement in skills and efficiency. Contact the department of Workforce Development and Community Education today to schedule your assessment.

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Nursing Assisting Certificate Of Proficiency

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The Nursing Assisting 1004 course combines classroom instruction with clinical experience. Students will be prepared to provide competent, skilled nursing care in a compassionate manner to residents of long-term care, hospice, and hospital facilities.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Technical Certificate

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The Practical Nursing program prepares students to assist in providing general nursing care under the direction of a registered nurse, physician, or dentist. Students spend time in the classroom and in clinical experiences. Clinical labs are completed in nursing homes, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities. Clinical practicum is planned to provide students with varied experiences; therefore, students may have a portion of their clinical experience in facilities in Morrilton, Conway, Russellville, Clinton or other areas as needed.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electrical Workforce Development

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UACCM’s Workforce Development provides cost-efficient skills training to meet company needs. Training can be held on campus or at your place of business. Customized opportunity begins with a needs assessment to identify gaps or areas for improvement in skills and efficiency. Contact the department of Workforce Development and Community Education today to schedule your assessment.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Industrial Mechanics And Maintenance Technology Certificate Of Proficiency

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The Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology program is designed to prepare students in general multi-craft maintenance, electromechanical troubleshooting, and safety practices that are applicable to multiple industrial settings. Students will be trained to perform a variety of skills to repair, install, adjust, and do preventive maintenance to high-tech industrial machinery. After successful completion of the program, students should be able to enter the workplace and fill highly-skilled positions which require a technician to install, operate, support, upgrade or maintain the equipment and systems that many companies today are dependent on.

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Industrial Mechanics And Maintenance Technology Technical Certificate

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The Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology program is designed to prepare students in general multi-craft maintenance, electromechanical troubleshooting, and safety practices that are applicable to multiple industrial settings. Students will be trained to perform a variety of skills to repair, install, adjust, and do preventive maintenance to high-tech industrial machinery. After successful completion of the program, students should be able to enter the workplace and fill highly-skilled positions which require a technician to install, operate, support, upgrade or maintain the equipment and systems that many companies today are dependent on.

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Industrial Mechanics And Maintenance Technology, A.A.S.

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The Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology program is designed to prepare students in general multi-craft maintenance, electromechanical troubleshooting, and safety practices that are applicable to multiple industrial settings. Students will be trained to perform a variety of skills to repair, install, adjust, and do preventive maintenance to high-tech industrial machinery. After successful completion of the program, students should be able to enter the workplace and fill highly-skilled positions which require a technician to install, operate, support, upgrade or maintain the equipment and systems that many companies today are dependent on.

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501-977-2053

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1537 University Blvd.
Morrilton, AR 72110
United States