CMA-3334

Prerequisite: HLTH-3463.

This mandatory one-hour orientation explains the class structure, time commitment, and clinical associated fees and requirements. Must call (918) 828-5000 to register in advance of class date; Must be 18, have GED, 6 months experience working as a CNA, no abuse notations at the Nurse Aide Registry. Build upon your current CNA skills and learn to administer medications in the long-term care setting safely. Twelve variable clinical hours scheduled within the time scheduled.

Hours: 45

CMA-3335

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: ODH Form 842, call (800) 695-2157, current CNA, no abuse notations at the Nurse Aide Registry; also bring photo identification to first class. Class DOES NOT count as retraining or CEU. No clinical. Book(s) are additional cost.

Hours: 20

CMA-3336

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Current OK CMA and CNA; photo ID with signature. Instruction meets the requirements of the OSDH and will keep your Certified Medication Aide status current.

Hours: 8

CMA-3337A

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must have current CMA and CNA card; photo ID with signature. Cannot have any abuse notations at the Nurse Aide Registry. Clinical insurance required.

Hours:

EMS-3335

Prerequisite: None

For professionals renewing their EMT-Intermediate license and registration, NREMT and ODSH EMS require a review of some key topics. Cover all these specific topics, preparing you to renew your license.

Hours: 36

EMS-3336

Prerequisite: None

Cover the topics you'll use on the job daily and required by NREMT and ODSH EMS for renewal of your EMT-Paramedic license and registration.

Hours: 48

EMS-3337

Prerequisite: None

NREMT and OSDH EMS require a review of several areas for renewal of your EMT license and registration. Review areas and meet your license requirements.

Hours: 24

HLTH-3463

Prerequisite: None

Join us with your questions! This mandatory orientation explains the class structure, time commitment, and clinical associated fees and requirements. Must call 828-5000 to register in advance of class date.

Hours: 1

HRCE-3339

Prerequisite: FLEX-3433.

Interested in healthcare? Want to attend class on your schedule? This class prepares you for entry level to the "hub" of the hospital which provides critical services in the preparation and distribution of supplies and equipment. Upon completion of the class and prescribed work hours, you are eligible to sit for the Certified Registered Central Service Technician - (CRCST) certification exam which is desirable in many hospitals. Choose any T/W/TH (excluding school holidays), then choose 10A-2P or 3-7P. Some Saturday's are available from 8A-12P.

Hours: 45

HRCE-3340

Prerequisite: HLTH-3463.

This mandatory one-hour orientation explains the class structure, time commitment, and clinical associated fees and requirements. Must call 828-5000 to register in advance of class date. Training is focused on blood collection techniques and specimen processing. You enjoy flexibility with the 48 hours blended online and weekly laboratory on-campus practice. Class concludes with 120 daytime clinical hours.

Hours: 168

HRCE-3341

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Knowledge of basic anatomy and medical terminology. An overview of heart anatomy and conduction system, common dysrhythmias, and 12-lead placements. Practice performing 12-lead EKGs and interpreting 12-lead EKGs for a variety of basic arrhythmias. Book required.

Hours: 18

MAT-3335

Prerequisite: Prerequisites: Current MAT Certification. Maintain your certification with this required 8-hour Medication Administration Training (MAT) annual update. You'll get a focused look at infection control, safety and legal issues, and medication administration. Additional topics include medical emergencies, resident care, and documentation. Class is self-paced, instructor supported.

Maintain your certification with this required 8-hour Medication Administration Training (MAT) annual update. You'll get a focused look at infection control, safety and legal issues, and medication administration. Additional topics include medical emergencies, resident care, and documentation. Class is self-paced, instructor supported.

Hours: 8

MDAS-3337

Prerequisite: MDAS-3338.

Study and gain hands-on experience in the collection of blood specimens, assembly of phlebotomy equipment, proper techniques and testing procedures for blood samples.

Hours: 60

MDAS-3338

Prerequisite: MDAS 3339.

Designed to offer you the skills and knowledge of pharmacology used by medical assistants in a variety of settings. Topics include drug classifications, systems of measurement, conversions, and guidelines for medication administration.

Hours: 40

MDAS-3339

Prerequisite: MDAS-3341.

Continue to hone the skills necessary for excellent patient care in a medical office setting. Building on experiences from the

Hours: 50

MDAS-3340

Prerequisite: MDAS 3341.

Ready to gain expertise in patient care? Delve into a hands-on medical office simulation/lab class while receiving the online learning that prepares you for the clinical back office setting.

Hours: 50

MDAS-3342

Prerequisite: MDAS-3337.

Get ready to apply the skills and information learned in this office based clinical experience! You will work alongside medical assistants, physicians, nurses, and other allied health professionals. Class end date is based on 20 clinical hours per week.

Hours: 120

MDAS-3343

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Medical Assistant Certification. Instruction meets the requirements of NCCT (National Center of Competency Testing) and AAMP (American Associate of Medical Personnel) will keep your Medical Assistant status current.

Hours: 4

MDAS-3345A

Prerequisite: None

Required Skills/Experience: Certified Medical Assistant (CMA); Registered Medical Assistant (RMA). Develop your skills in initiating and maintaining intravenous (IV) access in the office setting as a Medical Assistant. Enroll in both A & B at once; Part A (Theory in FLEX lab) must be successfully completed prior to taking Part B (Lab).

Hours:

NRSA-3442

Prerequisite: None

Basic skills/experience: Nurses or Paramedics. Designed to update IV skills with information on peripheral and central lines along with maintenance, common medications, and complications. Hands-on skill practice included.

Hours: 6

PHAR-3405

Prerequisite: None

Pharmacy Technicians facilitate communications between medical professionals and act as an advocate for clients. Designed to prepare you for entrance into retail pharmacy, hospital pharmacies, and clinics. You are eligible to sit for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Exam (CPhT).

Hours: 80

PHAR-3409

Prerequisite: None

Get a step ahead and pass the exam. Designed as a review in preparation for the PTCB (Pharmacy Tech Certification Board) exam.

Hours: 12

VISN-3366

Prerequisite: None

Current COA required. Gain confidence and skills! Review content areas of the COT (Certified Ophthalmic Technician) exam so you can successfully prepare for the practical skills section of the exam.

Hours: 8

VISN-3367

Prerequisite: None

Review the content areas of the COT (Certified Ophthalmic Technician) exam so you can confidently prepare for the written sections of the test.

Hours: 12