Withlacoochee Technical College

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Information Technology Industry

Data Security Management

Applied Cybersecurity Certificate

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This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and cybersecurity-related careers in the Information Technology industry.

The program provides technical skill proficiency, and includes competency-based applied learning that contributes to the academic knowledge, higher-order reasoning and problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, and occupation-specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of cybersecurity.

The content includes but is not limited to foundational knowledge and skills in computer and network security, security vulnerabilities, attack mechanisms and techniques, intrusion detection and prevention, cryptographic systems, system hardening, risk identification, incidence response, penetration testing, key management, access control, and recovery. Specialized courses focus on database security, planning and analysis, software, and web security.

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IT Support Specialist

Network Systems Administration Certificate

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The Network Systems Administration (NSA) program is a challenging entry level program designed to start the student in the information technology (IT) industry as a networking assistant or network support technician. Additional post-secondary education or training will be needed to attain higher level positions. While intended to prepare the student for entry level positions, the NSA course is an advanced course in the IT field. It is helpful to have a solid background knowledge of computer systems, operating systems, configuring systems, troubleshooting techniques, and the principles of security and minor networking capabilities. If the student has little or no experience with computers, it is possible to fast track the CompTIA A+ basic curriculum which will provide the student with basic computer knowledge. However, this approach will require the student to be extremely productive at all times in order to complete the networking course.

The classroom and lab instruction addresses configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting network systems. This program provides the student the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this career field. Additional topics covered include identifying user needs, installing network hardware and software, problem solving skills, communication skills and customer service. Preparation for industry recognized certifications are part of the program.

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Network Systems Administration Certificate

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The Network Systems Administration (NSA) program is a challenging entry level program designed to start the student in the information technology (IT) industry as a networking assistant or network support technician. Additional post-secondary education or training will be needed to attain higher level positions. While intended to prepare the student for entry level positions, the NSA course is an advanced course in the IT field. It is helpful to have a solid background knowledge of computer systems, operating systems, configuring systems, troubleshooting techniques, and the principles of security and minor networking capabilities. If the student has little or no experience with computers, it is possible to fast track the CompTIA A+ basic curriculum which will provide the student with basic computer knowledge. However, this approach will require the student to be extremely productive at all times in order to complete the networking course.

The classroom and lab instruction addresses configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting network systems. This program provides the student the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this career field. Additional topics covered include identifying user needs, installing network hardware and software, problem solving skills, communication skills and customer service. Preparation for industry recognized certifications are part of the program.

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Network Systems Administration Certificate

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The Network Systems Administration (NSA) program is a challenging entry level program designed to start the student in the information technology (IT) industry as a networking assistant or network support technician. Additional post-secondary education or training will be needed to attain higher level positions. While intended to prepare the student for entry level positions, the NSA course is an advanced course in the IT field. It is helpful to have a solid background knowledge of computer systems, operating systems, configuring systems, troubleshooting techniques, and the principles of security and minor networking capabilities. If the student has little or no experience with computers, it is possible to fast track the CompTIA A+ basic curriculum which will provide the student with basic computer knowledge. However, this approach will require the student to be extremely productive at all times in order to complete the networking course.

The classroom and lab instruction addresses configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting network systems. This program provides the student the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this career field. Additional topics covered include identifying user needs, installing network hardware and software, problem solving skills, communication skills and customer service. Preparation for industry recognized certifications are part of the program.

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Technology Support Services Certificate

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The Technology Support Services (TSS) program is designed to start the student in the information technology (IT) industry as a help desk technician. Additional post-secondary education or training will be needed to attain higher level positions. While intended to prepare the student for entry level positions, the TSS course is helpful to build a solid background knowledge of computer systems, operating systems, configuring systems, and troubleshooting techniques. If the student has little or no experience with computers, this program is a good place to so start as it will provide the student with basic computer knowledge.

The classroom and lab instruction addresses configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting computers and computer systems. This program provides the student the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this career field. Additional topics covered include identifying user needs, installing network hardware and software, problem solving skills, communication skills and customer service. Preparation for industry recognized certifications are part of the program.

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Technology Support Services Certificate

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The Technology Support Services (TSS) program is designed to start the student in the information technology (IT) industry as a help desk technician. Additional post-secondary education or training will be needed to attain higher level positions. While intended to prepare the student for entry level positions, the TSS course is helpful to build a solid background knowledge of computer systems, operating systems, configuring systems, and troubleshooting techniques. If the student has little or no experience with computers, this program is a good place to so start as it will provide the student with basic computer knowledge.

The classroom and lab instruction addresses configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting computers and computer systems. This program provides the student the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this career field. Additional topics covered include identifying user needs, installing network hardware and software, problem solving skills, communication skills and customer service. Preparation for industry recognized certifications are part of the program.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Network Systems Administration Certificate

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The Network Systems Administration (NSA) program is a challenging entry level program designed to start the student in the information technology (IT) industry as a networking assistant or network support technician. Additional post-secondary education or training will be needed to attain higher level positions. While intended to prepare the student for entry level positions, the NSA course is an advanced course in the IT field. It is helpful to have a solid background knowledge of computer systems, operating systems, configuring systems, troubleshooting techniques, and the principles of security and minor networking capabilities. If the student has little or no experience with computers, it is possible to fast track the CompTIA A+ basic curriculum which will provide the student with basic computer knowledge. However, this approach will require the student to be extremely productive at all times in order to complete the networking course.

The classroom and lab instruction addresses configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting network systems. This program provides the student the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this career field. Additional topics covered include identifying user needs, installing network hardware and software, problem solving skills, communication skills and customer service. Preparation for industry recognized certifications are part of the program.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Automotive Collision Technology Technician Certificate

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This program prepares students for employment as Automobile Body Repairers and Painters. Training includes refinishing skills; sheet metal repair skills; frame and unibody squaring and aligning, use of fillers, paint systems and undercoats; related mechanical and welding skills, glass servicing and other repairs. Communication and leadership skills, applied mathematical skills, human relations and employability skills, and safe and efficient work practices are included in training.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Service Technology Certificate

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This program prepares students for employment and/or specialized training in the automotive industry. The instruction, course of study, facilities, and equipment of this institution, have been evaluated by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (N.A.T.E.F.) and meet the National College for Automotive Service Excellence Standards of Quality (ASE) for the training of Automobile Technicians in the following areas: Engine Repair, Electrical Systems, Automatic Transmission/Transaxle, Heating & Air Conditioning, Manual Drive Train and Axles, Front End, Brakes and Engine Performance.

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Public Service Industry

Correctional Officer

Correctional Officer Certificate

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The Correctional Officer Career and Technical Certificate program will provide job related training to students. The content will include but is not limited to; knowledge of codes of ethics; laws, rules and regulations; search and seizure; supervision, protection, care, custody and control, or investigation, of inmates within a correctional institution. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s (FDLE) State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE).

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Crossover from Law Enforcement Officer to Correctional Officer Certificate

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Police Officer

Crossover from Correctional Officer to Law Enforcement Officer Certificate

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The Crossover from Law Enforcement Officer to Correctional Officer Career and Technical Certificate program is designed to prepare students who are currently certified in the Corrections discipline to laterally move to the Law Enforcement discipline. Practical skills and simulated activities complement the classroom instruction.

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Florida Law Enforcement Academy Career and Technical Certificate

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The Florida Law Enforcement Academy Career and Technical Certificate program provides content which includes, but is not limited to, knowledge of codes of ethics; history and evolution of laws; introduction to the criminal justice system; statutory authority of the FDLE CJSTC; basic law and legal procedures; law enforcement operations; investigation knowledge and skills; laws, rules, and regulations of arrest; search and seizure; knowledge of use of force; defensive tactics; physical fitness; weapons skills; controlling and restraining techniques; traffic control and direction, DUI enforcement techniques; first aid techniques; communications skills; and human relations skills.

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Criminal Investigator

Florida Law Enforcement Academy Career and Technical Certificate

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The Florida Law Enforcement Academy Career and Technical Certificate program provides content which includes, but is not limited to, knowledge of codes of ethics; history and evolution of laws; introduction to the criminal justice system; statutory authority of the FDLE CJSTC; basic law and legal procedures; law enforcement operations; investigation knowledge and skills; laws, rules, and regulations of arrest; search and seizure; knowledge of use of force; defensive tactics; physical fitness; weapons skills; controlling and restraining techniques; traffic control and direction, DUI enforcement techniques; first aid techniques; communications skills; and human relations skills.

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Florida Law Enforcement Academy Career and Technical Certificate

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The Florida Law Enforcement Academy Career and Technical Certificate program provides content which includes, but is not limited to, knowledge of codes of ethics; history and evolution of laws; introduction to the criminal justice system; statutory authority of the FDLE CJSTC; basic law and legal procedures; law enforcement operations; investigation knowledge and skills; laws, rules, and regulations of arrest; search and seizure; knowledge of use of force; defensive tactics; physical fitness; weapons skills; controlling and restraining techniques; traffic control and direction, DUI enforcement techniques; first aid techniques; communications skills; and human relations skills.

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Construction Industry

Electrician

Electricity Certificate

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This program focuses on broad, transferable skills, stresses the understanding of all aspects of the electricity industry, demonstrates such elements of the industry as planning, management, finance, technical and products skills, underlying principles of technology, labor issues, community issues, and health, safety, and environmental issues.

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HVAC Technician

Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning/Refrigeration Certificate

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Training focuses on electrical theory and application, component identification and comprehension of A/C and Commercial Refrigeration systems, hands-on system troubleshooting with specially set up units, fabrication of duct systems, line sets, electrical circuits, commercial ice machines, walk-in coolers and freezers, restaurant style equipment, etc. Also, field style techniques taught and targeted to better a newer technicians’ skill set.

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Welder

Welding Technology Certificate

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The training includes but is not limited to use of blueprints and/or shop drawings, use of gases and/or welding processes according to diagram, blueprints or written specifications. Shop or laboratory activities are an integral part of this program and provide instruction in various processes and techniques of welding and fabrication skills. Laboratory activities also include oxacetylene welding, brazing, and cutting (OAW) Arc Welding (SMAW), MIG Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Welding (FCAW), TIG welding (GTAW), basic understanding of pipe welding, and certification test preparation per current industry standards, practices and techniques. This program includes training in communications, leadership, human relations, and safe and efficient work practices. See the program instructor for location of media resources for the program. Media inventory lists are located in the Official MFT Program Notebook. Student club activities may be an integral part of student learning in this program.

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Welding Technology Certificate

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The training includes but is not limited to use of blueprints and/or shop drawings, use of gases and/or welding processes according to diagram, blueprints or written specifications. Shop or laboratory activities are an integral part of this program and provide instruction in various processes and techniques of welding and fabrication skills. Laboratory activities also include oxacetylene welding, brazing, and cutting (OAW) Arc Welding (SMAW), MIG Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Welding (FCAW), TIG welding (GTAW), basic understanding of pipe welding, and certification test preparation per current industry standards, practices and techniques. This program includes training in communications, leadership, human relations, and safe and efficient work practices. See the program instructor for location of media resources for the program. Media inventory lists are located in the Official MFT Program Notebook. Student club activities may be an integral part of student learning in this program.

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Metal Fabricator

Welding Technology Certificate

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The training includes but is not limited to use of blueprints and/or shop drawings, use of gases and/or welding processes according to diagram, blueprints or written specifications. Shop or laboratory activities are an integral part of this program and provide instruction in various processes and techniques of welding and fabrication skills. Laboratory activities also include oxacetylene welding, brazing, and cutting (OAW) Arc Welding (SMAW), MIG Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Welding (FCAW), TIG welding (GTAW), basic understanding of pipe welding, and certification test preparation per current industry standards, practices and techniques. This program includes training in communications, leadership, human relations, and safe and efficient work practices. See the program instructor for location of media resources for the program. Media inventory lists are located in the Official MFT Program Notebook. Student club activities may be an integral part of student learning in this program.

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Welding Technology Certificate

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The training includes but is not limited to use of blueprints and/or shop drawings, use of gases and/or welding processes according to diagram, blueprints or written specifications. Shop or laboratory activities are an integral part of this program and provide instruction in various processes and techniques of welding and fabrication skills. Laboratory activities also include oxacetylene welding, brazing, and cutting (OAW) Arc Welding (SMAW), MIG Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Welding (FCAW), TIG welding (GTAW), basic understanding of pipe welding, and certification test preparation per current industry standards, practices and techniques. This program includes training in communications, leadership, human relations, and safe and efficient work practices. See the program instructor for location of media resources for the program. Media inventory lists are located in the Official MFT Program Notebook. Student club activities may be an integral part of student learning in this program.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Welding Technology Certificate

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The training includes but is not limited to use of blueprints and/or shop drawings, use of gases and/or welding processes according to diagram, blueprints or written specifications. Shop or laboratory activities are an integral part of this program and provide instruction in various processes and techniques of welding and fabrication skills. Laboratory activities also include oxacetylene welding, brazing, and cutting (OAW) Arc Welding (SMAW), MIG Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Welding (FCAW), TIG welding (GTAW), basic understanding of pipe welding, and certification test preparation per current industry standards, practices and techniques. This program includes training in communications, leadership, human relations, and safe and efficient work practices. See the program instructor for location of media resources for the program. Media inventory lists are located in the Official MFT Program Notebook. Student club activities may be an integral part of student learning in this program.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Assisting Certificate

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This 1300-hour program prepares students for a variety of clinical and administrative duties that include but are not limited to: assisting physicians and preparing patients for examinations, recording vital signs, performing diagnostic tests, administering medications, and collecting and processing specimens. Administrative duties may include: patient scheduling, records management, office correspondence, and insurance/billing matters. The duties of a Medical Assistant vary with the location, specialty and size of the medical office.

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Medical Assisting Certificate

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This 1300-hour program prepares students for a variety of clinical and administrative duties that include but are not limited to: assisting physicians and preparing patients for examinations, recording vital signs, performing diagnostic tests, administering medications, and collecting and processing specimens. Administrative duties may include: patient scheduling, records management, office correspondence, and insurance/billing matters. The duties of a Medical Assistant vary with the location, specialty and size of the medical office.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting Certificate

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This 1300-hour program prepares students for a variety of clinical and administrative duties that include but are not limited to: assisting physicians and preparing patients for examinations, recording vital signs, performing diagnostic tests, administering medications, and collecting and processing specimens. Administrative duties may include: patient scheduling, records management, office correspondence, and insurance/billing matters. The duties of a Medical Assistant vary with the location, specialty and size of the medical office.

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Medical Assisting Certificate

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This 1300-hour program prepares students for a variety of clinical and administrative duties that include but are not limited to: assisting physicians and preparing patients for examinations, recording vital signs, performing diagnostic tests, administering medications, and collecting and processing specimens. Administrative duties may include: patient scheduling, records management, office correspondence, and insurance/billing matters. The duties of a Medical Assistant vary with the location, specialty and size of the medical office.

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Phlebotomist

Medical Assisting Certificate

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This 1300-hour program prepares students for a variety of clinical and administrative duties that include but are not limited to: assisting physicians and preparing patients for examinations, recording vital signs, performing diagnostic tests, administering medications, and collecting and processing specimens. Administrative duties may include: patient scheduling, records management, office correspondence, and insurance/billing matters. The duties of a Medical Assistant vary with the location, specialty and size of the medical office.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Aide Certificate

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Clinical instruction is provided at local hospitals, geriatric facilities, hospice, and a variety of other health care settings.

Course completion skills include personal hygienic care, sanitation, infection control (including blood borne diseases) record keeping, observing and recording vital signs, care of patients, pre-operative care, post-operative care, assist with physicals, patient admission, transfer and discharge, nutrition, anatomy and physiology, and CPR and First Aid.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Certificate

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Course completion skills include personal; family and community health; structure and function of the human body; nutrition; human growth and development; nursing needs of the patient; fundamentals of nursing; geriatric nursing; medical/surgical nursing; pharmacology/administering medication; maternal and neonatal nursing; pediatric nursing, and comprehensive nursing.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Professional Culinary Arts and Hospitality Certificate

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Course content includes the following: housekeeping/sanitation, equipment operation, food preparation, serving of food, proper storage of food, and the selection and presentation of a wide variety of foods. Also covered are: customer relations, leadership, professional communication, employability skills, entrepreneurship, and safe work practices.

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Contact Phone Number

352-726-2430

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1201 W. Main Street
Inverness, FL 34450
United States