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BLS Healthcare Provider

BLS Healthcare Provider

This four-hour American Heart Association Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider course teaches you the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier device; a bag-mask device and oxygen); use of an automated external defibrillator (AED); and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO).   Special Notice: Books and face mask are not included and must be purchased separately.

COURSES AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION*

Course ID: XAHS-504
Class ID: 17946
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$45.00

Start Date: 07/24/2024
End Date: 07/24/2024
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Course ID: XAHS-504
Class ID: 17842
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$45.00

Start Date: 08/14/2024
End Date: 08/14/2024
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Course ID: XAHS-504
Class ID: 18009
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$45.00

Start Date: 08/21/2024
End Date: 08/21/2024
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BLS Healthcare Provider--Saint George/Dorchester County QuickJobs Training Center

This four-hour American Heart Association Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider course teaches you the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier device; a bag-mask device and oxygen); use of an automated external defibrillator (AED); and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO).   Special Notice: Books and face mask are not included and must be purchased separately.

COURSES AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION*

Course ID: XAHS-504
Class ID: 17943
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Dorchester County QuickJobs Training Center
$45.00

Start Date: 07/23/2024
End Date: 07/23/2024
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Medical Assistant (MA) Training Program

Medical Assistant (MA) Training Program

Learn an in-demand career as a nationally certified Medical Assistant.  Medical assistants are in high demand in the Charleston area! This accelerated program includes medical terminology, administrative office skills, and clinical patient skills required. Learn how to draw blood, perform EKGs and take health histories. Medical assistants work in hospitals, physician offices, and labs. 95% of our students get hired after their externship. National Certification: Upon successful completion of this program, students are eligible to sit for the Registered Medical Assistant examination given by the American Medical Technologists Association (AMT). TTC students have an average pass rate of 82% on the national certification exam.  Registration Requirements: Must be 18 years of age, a high school graduate or possess an equivalency (GED). Students must provide a copy of a Driver's License or proof of identity. Students must complete the Accuplacer test. The prescreening requirements in Reading, Writing and Math using the standardized Accuplacer test offered through TTC’s Testing Center in the Student Center at Trident Technical College Thornley Campus, Schedule here:<i>Bldg. 410/Rm. 202, 843-574-6410 </i>The minimum scores that must be achieved are 240 in each: Reading, Writing, and in Math.  <b><i>SC Wins Scholarship Application</i></b>  https://www.tridenttech.edu/ce/funding/workforce-pathways-scholarship.htm    Students must have documented copies of the <u>required immunizations and health insurance due at</u> the mandatory Orientation day. These include current, within the past 12 months: 2-Step PPD (not a 1-step), Flu vaccine, MMR childhood vaccines or a titer, Tetanus vaccine within the past 9 years, Hep B vaccine or waiver, Meningitis vaccine or waiver, copy of health insurance ID card. See student costs below. If you have any questions about the program email the Program Manager: judy.martin@tridenttech.edu  Student Requirements: First-day Orientation attendance is mandatory on campus, not attending will result in dismissal from the program. This hybrid MA program is: on campus 2 evenings, M/W online 2 evenings live & remote, Tu/Th Students must have access to a computer with a webcam and microphone, smartphones do not work for this program. See the program schedule at the bottom of this page, attendance is strict for this accelerated MA program. Student Costs, students must purchase the following: <u>Immunization costs</u> differ depending on the vendor or Health department: 2-step PPD skin test, tetanus vaccine, MMR or titer, flu vaccine, and major medical insurance. Copies of all vaccine documentation and a copy of health insurance ID card are due at the<u> </u>mandatory<u> Orientation</u>.  Navy blue scrub uniform, top & bottom, white athletic or nurse shoes. The MA e-textbook: Medical Assisting, Administrative & Clinical Competencies, by Blesi, 9th ed., <u>approx $200 online</u> or $222 at the TTC Bookstore. This SC WINS Scholarship program for SC residents includes: tuition, some supplies, a drug screen, and a national criminal background screen. If a  student has any question about screenings please email the Program Manager ahead of time: judy.martin@tridenttech.edu

COURSES AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION*

Course ID: XMED-501
Class ID: 17899
Format: ClassRoom, Clinical, Online
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$4,700.00

Start Date: 08/19/2024
End Date: 04/04/2025
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Phlebotomy Training Program

Phlebotomy Training Program

As a phlebotomist, you provide specialized clinical support and collect blood from patients for laboratory testing. Lab test results provide valuable information allowing physicians to diagnose and treat patients. After completing the course and passing the ASCP national certification exam, you qualify for phlebotomy positions in hospitals, private physician offices, public health departments, clinics, or blood banks.  Students gain theoretical and practical skills and knowledge through class, lab, and clinical practice. Learn anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology, as well as how to establish a professional relationship with the patient, how to select and prepare the venipuncture site, collect specimens, prepare and maintain equipment, about donor patients, and the health, and safety and legal aspects of the occupation. "Live" sticks are performed. SEE program schedule dates & times below. SEE the Externship schedule dates & times below. This program meets on campus two days per week with some online learning. Students must have access to a computer with a camera and microphone for the required online learning. Smartphones do not work for this class.  Students must attend the mandatory Orientation on the start date on campus, and bring copies of all required vaccine documents (see below) and health insurance ID.  Attendance throughout the course is very strict. See the schedule below.  Externship: Students are required to complete a minimum 100-hour clinical externship off campus, set during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. for 2.5 weeks. No evenings, weekends, or holidays are allowed for the externship. Students are required to have reliable transportation to travel to the assigned clinical externship site. Attendance for this course is very strict.  Registration Requirements: Must be 18 years of age or older and a high school or GED graduate. Students must provide a copy of your free Accuplacer test results offered through TTC’s Testing Services Center schedule your test on this link. The minimum scores that must be achieved include 240 in each subject: Reading, Writing, and Math.  <b><i>SC Wins Scholarship Application</i></b>  https://www.tridenttech.edu/ce/funding/workforce-pathways-scholarship.htm    Complete the Scholarship application, and attach your ID and Accuplacer test results. You will be emailed within 2 weeks if you are in the class. Included in this program:  The State Scholarship funds the tuition, books, drug screening, and background screening. NOTE: See Student Costs below. Textbooks: Phlebotomy Essentials Book, Workbook and PrepU, by McCall Edition 7, and the BLS/CPR book by AHA and CPR mask. Students will receive Book Vouchers for the TTC Bookstore one week before the course start date. Student costs 1)  The following requirements are not included in the Scholarship: Students are required to bring the following to Orientation: copies of their  immunizations & health insurance ID, due at the mandatory Orientation start date: Immunizations include: current within 12 months: a 2-step PPD skin test, current within 9 years a tetanus vaccine, flu vaccine if season, Covid vaccine, a copy of childhood MMR immunization records or a titer, meningitis vaccine or waiver, Hepatitis B vaccine or waiver is required. Students are responsible for these costs. Major medical insurance identification is required from the start & end date of the program.   Uniform required: Scrub top and bottom, any color. White athletic shoes and socks.  Failure to complete a program funded by the State Scholarship eliminates any future Scholarships. National Certification: Receive a certificate of achievement once you successfully complete the Phlebotomy classroom and clinical portion. Students must complete 72 hours of classroom training and 100 hours of clinical training at a clinical site. Successful completion of the program allows students to sit for the national certification examination, at their own cost, from the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP.org), the gold standard certification for phlebotomists, and the credential that employers seek.  

COURSES AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION*

Course ID: XAHS-530
Class ID: 17906
Format: ClassRoom, Clinical
Location: Off-campus Location
$1,699.00

Start Date: 09/03/2024
End Date: 12/06/2024
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