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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: 17651
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$45.00

Start Date: 01/17/2024
End Date: 01/17/2024
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Course ID: XAHS-504
Class ID: 17652
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$45.00

Start Date: 02/21/2024
End Date: 02/21/2024
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Course ID: XAHS-504
Class ID: 17653
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$45.00

Start Date: 03/13/2024
End Date: 03/13/2024
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Course ID: XAHS-504
Class ID: 17654
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$45.00

Start Date: 04/10/2024
End Date: 04/10/2024
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Course ID: XAHS-504
Class ID: 17582
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$45.00

Start Date: 12/06/2023
End Date: 12/06/2023
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Certified Nurse Aide Training Program (CNA)

Certified Nurse Aide Training Program (CNA)

  As a certified nurse aide (CNA), you perform tasks under the supervision of qualified nursing and medical staff. Monitor and record vital signs and perform personal care skills, including bathing, dressing, toileting, assisting with meals, transfers and ambulation, linen changes and room organization, and safety issues following facility policies and procedures.   This program includes 121.25 total hours of comprehensive training, including 80 hours of classroom instruction, followed immediately by 41.25 hours of clinical training. To pass, you must attain a grade of 80% on the final exam and demonstrate competency in five out of five randomly chosen skills during the lab practicum.   You must complete homework per the course schedule and demonstrate competency in all skills required to provide patient care using manual equipment to monitor vital signs as indicated in the SC Nurse Aide Handbook. You must attend the first day of class and the first day of clinical to be eligible to attend the remainder of the program.   Certification: Upon successful completion of the program, you are eligible to sit for the SC Nurse Aide Certification Exam (National Nurse Aide Assessment Program) administered by Credentia Nurse Aide Credentialing Services, 877.577.2380. A felony conviction or inclusion on the SC Abuse Registry may prevent state testing eligibility.   Registration Requirements: Must be 18 years of age or older Provide a copy of your unexpired driver's license or state identification card. Background checks will be conducted during orientation on the first day of class. If a student has a prior record, please email Dorian O'Murray, Department Head, at dorian.omurray@tridenttech.edu. Adverse findings will prevent you from participating in the clinical portion of the program, which will result in an unsuccessful program attempt. Students must bring a copy of their negative 2-Step TB Test results to Dorian O'Murray. This test requires two TB tests. Results must be less than 90 days old and submitted ten (10) days prior to the start of the clinical portion of the program. Results may also be emailed to dorian.omurray@tridenttech.edu. The drug screen process will be initiated during orientation on the first day of class. Students will be required to provide negative drug screen results (9-10 panel) 10 days prior to the start of the clinical portion of the program.  Students will be required to provide proof of major medical insurance ten (10) days prior to the start of the clinical portion of the program. The date will be given on the first day of class.    Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination is required before starting the program's clinical rotation. In order to participate in clinical and successfully complete the program, students must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a health exemption form provided by their doctor. Please contact Dorian O'Murray, Nursing Workforce Training Department Head, at dorian.omurray@tridenttech.edu if you have any questions. Provide a copy of a health assessment. Results must be less than one year from the start of the clinical portion of the program. Results may also be emailed to dorian.omurray@tridenttech.edu. Students must provide a copy of their current Hepatitis B vaccination. Proof of vaccination must be provided at least ten (10) days prior to the clinical portion of the program. Results may be emailed to dorian.omurray@tridenttech.edu. NOTE: All documentation requirements must be submitted ten (10) days prior to clinical. There will be no exceptions. Failure to provide the required documentation will result in an unsuccessful attempt in the CNA program.  Uniform: Scrubs (white) for classroom use Scrubs (white) for clinical use Shoes (white) nursing or leather shoes with socks (white) Hair and nails must present a professional image. Textbooks (included in tuition): Carter: Lippincott Essentials for Nursing Assistants, Fifth Edition is available through the TTC Bookstore (Bldg. 950).    

COURSES AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION*

Course ID: XNUR-501
Class ID: 17646
Format: ClassRoom, Clinical, Lab
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$2,000.00

Start Date: 01/08/2024
End Date: 02/20/2024
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EMT Basic Internet-Based With Skills Lab

EMT Basic Internet-Based With Skills Lab

Do you feel a calling to help people when they are at their most vulnerable or caught in a state of emergency? You may want to pursue a career as an emergency medical technician (EMT). This EM training program consists of over 200 hours of training and instruction over approximately four months. A real-world simulation is included to better prepare you to enter the workforce. The program requires a great deal of reading and practical skills demonstrations, including 50 hours of clinical ride-along training sessions, to become an EMT.  This course is an all inclusive program that includes tuition, books, drug screen and background report if students complete the scholarship application. See this link <i><i><b><i><i>https://www.tridenttech.edu/ce/funding/workforce-pathways-scholarship.htm </i></i></b></i></i>   The curriculum includes preparatory (32 hours); airway (32 hours); CPR (8 hours); patient assessment (20 hours); medical (48 hours); trauma (40 hours); pediatrics (12 hours); operations (12 hours); and skill prep and review (16 hours). In this course, you will cover the same material as the classroom-based Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic Technician. Complete weekly online assignments, and attend sessions weekly. <u>First day class attendance is mandatory for orientation and DHEC sign-up.</u> Failure to attend will result in dismissal from the program.    All coursework is approved by the Emergency Medical Services Division of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. South Carolina follows the current US Department of Transportation/National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) curriculum for EMT Basic. For more information contact: <u>robert.boone@tridenttech.edu </u>   Certification: Successful completion of the EMT training program qualifies you to take the S. C. State exam and the National Registry Examination.   Registration Requirements: Must be at least 18 years old before course completion, a high school graduate or possess an equivalency (GED). Must be physically fit and able to perform all of the tasks required of an EMT.<i><i><b><i><i>                                                           </i></i></b></i></i>  Clinical Ride-Along Requirements: Prior to the start of the ride-along hours, you must show history of the following: MMR vacine, Hepatitis B vaccination or documentation of immunization, Current negative PPD (TB) test, Covid and Flu vaccine, drug screen and background report. Criminal background reports with certain charges or convictions are not accepted and will be dismissed. Proof of major medical insurance (student plans are acceptable) Required Uniform: Cargo pants  Polo shirt  Belt  Boots  <b><i>Registration office: ce.reg@tridenttech.edu  843-574-6687. Look for your email confirmation from the Registratioin office.</i></b>

COURSES AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION*

Course ID: XEMS-508
Class ID: 17723
Format: Hybrid
Location: Thornley Campus 940 Building - Suite C
$2,600.00

Start Date: 02/07/2024
End Date: 06/19/2024
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IV Catheter Insertion

Learn the correct technique of peripheral IV catheter insertion. Topics you explore include vein location and IV placement, equipment and supplies, insertion, anchoring techniques, and connecting to IV tubing. Perform lab skills on IV therapy mannequin arms. To successfully complete the course, you must demonstrate knowledge and competency in IV insertion skills using proper safety and infection control techniques.   Special Notice: Upon successful completion of the course, you are awarded a certificate of completion. Lab supplies included.

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Course ID: XNUR-504
Class ID: 17674
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$139.00

Start Date: 01/22/2024
End Date: 01/22/2024
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Nitrous Oxide Oxygen Sedation

Nitrous Oxide Oxygen Sedation

This live remote online, approved Continuing Education course is designed to meet the South Carolina State Board of Dentistry educational requirements for dental assistants, and dental hygienists, to monitor the administration of nitrous oxide-oxygen sedation.   Course Description: This online 4 hour, approved Continuing Education course is designed to meet the South Carolina State Board of Dentistry educational requirements for dental assistants and dental hygienists, to monitor the administration of nitrous oxide oxygen sedation. Learning objectives: Learn the history of nitrous oxide. Understand the physiological and psychological aspects of pain and anxiety and the concepts and management of pain and anxiety. Discuss the physical and chemical properties of nitrous oxide and oxygen and the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties of nitrous oxide. Recognize the indications and contraindications of nitrous oxide sedation; side effects and adverse reactions. Learn the preparation and techniques used in administering nitrous oxide/oxygen sedation; types of equipment and safety features used during delivery of nitrous oxide/oxygen; monitoring and evaluating a patient to whom nitrous oxide/oxygen has been administered. Master the legal considerations, proper documentation; and occupational exposure. Course Requirements: 1. Participants must be one of the following: a. Dental Hygiene graduate from an ADA-accredited school b. Dental Assisting graduate from an ADA-accredited school c. On-the-job trained Dental Assistant who has been on the job for two consecutive years 2. Participants must also have current CPR certification. 3. After completion of the course, participants must complete and submit the required application and documents to the South Carolina State Board of Dentistry in order to become eligible to take the board certification exam. To register for this course: add to cart, create a profile, checkout and pay. The Registration office will email confirmation of enrollment. Any questions email: ce.reg@tridenttech.edu  Students will be emailed the login Instructions the week prior to Orientation. Students will login one week early on Wed Jan10 at 6pm for a short Orientation. Then again on Fri Jan 19 at 9am for the 4-hour online live course.  

COURSES AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION*

Course ID: XDAT-505
Class ID: 17638
Format: Online
Location: <a class="ActionLink" href="https://onlcourses.tridenttech.edu/" target="_blank">TTC Online Classes</a>
$215.00

Start Date: 01/10/2024
End Date: 01/19/2024
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Patient Care Technician

Patient Care Technician

As a certified nurse aide, you can expand your skills with training needed to transition to a hospital setting. Gain an introduction to hospital equipment and supplies, as well as advanced skills in areas including: 12 lead EKG, basic phlebotomy, performing urinary catheterization, infection control, glucometer use, sterile technique, specimen collection and handling, measuring output of bodily fluids including chest tubes and surgical site drains, tracheotomy and supplemental oxygen care, and BLS certification and training.   Certification: To receive certification and BLS card, you must receive a passing grade on the PCT final examination and demonstrate using equipment and supplies correctly in patient care procedures. Strict attendance is required and first day of orientation is mandatory.   Prerequisite: Successful completion of the Certified Nurse Aide Training Program.  Textbooks (not included): BLS For Healthcare Providers Student Manual (Ec15-1010) ISBN: 1-61669-407-6 (approximately $20) Fundamental Concepts and Skills for the Patient Care Technician ISBN: 0-323-43013-9 (approximately $100)  Uniform (not included): Scrubs (black) Shoes that are flat, closed toe  Materials (not included, optional): Blood pressure cuff and stethoscope available through the TTC Bookstore (approximately $37) and most pharmacies.

COURSES AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION*

Course ID: XNUR-503
Class ID: 17650
Format: ClassRoom
Location: Thornley Campus - 920 Building
$899.00

Start Date: 01/08/2024
End Date: 02/13/2024
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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, and off campus, 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. Attendance throughout the course is very strict. See times below. Attendance is very strict. 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 is very strict. If students are SC residents complete the State Scholarship application to start the registration process, the link is below. The State Scholarship pays for the tuition, books, drug screening, and background screening. NOTE: See Student Costs below.    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.   Registration Requirements: Must be 18 years of age or older and a high school or GED graduate. 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.  Apply here: Complete the Scholarship application, available> Nov 1-Jan 17, and Registration will contact applicants for processing: <i><i><b><i><i>https://www.tridenttech.edu/ce/funding/workforce-pathways-scholarship.htm </i></i></b></i></i>  Included in this program:  The State Scholarship funds the tuition, books, drug screening, and background report. See the above to start the registration process. 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 (TTC Bookstore, bldg 950) Book Vouchers will be given on the first day of class. The enrollment deadline is 3 business days prior to the start date. No online registration is available. Student costs 1)  Clinical vaccine requirements not included in the Scholarship: Students are required to have the following immunizations: A 2-step PPD skin test, tetanus vaccine, flu vaccine, and Covid vaccine & booster, meningitis vaccine, Hepatitis B vaccine, a copy of childhood MMR immunization records or a titer is required, and major medical insurance is required throughout the course. Students are responsible for these costs within the first weeks of the program start date. 2)  Uniform required(not included): Scrubs top and bottom, any color. White athletic shoes and socks.  Failure to complete a program funded by the State Scholarship eliminates any future Scholarships, until the next academic year.  

COURSES AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION*

Course ID: XAHS-530
Class ID: 17598
Format: ClassRoom, Clinical
Location: Off-campus Location
$2,030.00

Start Date: 01/23/2024
End Date: 04/11/2024
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