Office Skills

Office Skills is designed to provide students practical knowledge and skills required to be successful while working in entry level clerical, secretarial and administrative assist positions. This course teaches participants both the “soft skills” required to work with others and provide excellent customer service; and “hard skills” like using office equipment, computers and using the productivity software necessary in a modern office environment.

Students will learn…

  • Typing Certification
  • Customer Service
  • Computer Basics
  • Submission Forms
  • Spreadsheets
  • Interview Skills
  • Workplace Etiquette
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Medical Front Office

Medical Front Office is designed to address the basic knowledge and skills required for employment in health care occupations. The course utilizes classroom instruction and community-based learning experiences for students to acquire job entry occupational skills.

Students will learn…

  • Greeting Patients
  • Scheduling Appointments
  • Filing and Retrieving Patient Records
  • Maintain Office Inventory and Equipment
  • Confidentiality of Personal Information
  • Medical Billing and Coding Basics
  • Medical Terminology Basics
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This introductory course is the first course in a three course pathway prepares students with occupational skills in welding and materials joining. Emphasis is placed on four position welding techniques (flat, vertical, horizontal and overhead) utilizing Oxy-Acetylene welding (OAW), Shielded Metal-Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Tungsten-Arc Welding (GTAW) and Gas Metal-Arc Welding (GMAW) processes. Students guided through related job readiness skills by taking personality/ aptitude assessments, learning employability skills, researching specific jobs and preparing a resume for job seeking. Safety, communication skills and teamwork is embedded into the curriculum.

Students will learn…

  • Basic Safety/ SP2 Certification
  • Bonding metals using the ARC process
  • Cutting and grinding
  • Shop procedures and shop discipline
  • Basic Oxy-Fuel Operations
  • Skills to bond together using S.M.A.W. (STICK) and G.M.A.W. (MIG) welding process
  • Knowledge of certification standards for welding
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Auto Technology

Auto Technology is a NATEF certified advanced program for students seeking specialized training designed to meet standards set by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). This program will prepare you for entry level automotive related jobs. You may qualify to receive on-the-job training through internships at a local auto repair shop. Students will be forklift certified at the completion of the class.

Students will learn…

  • Basic Safety/ SP2 Certification
  • How to write a service repair order
  • Perform an oil change
  • Perform vehicle safety checks
  • Check front end alignments
  • Evaluate engine codes
  • Workplace etiquette and survival
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Warehouse Worker

This program provides students with essential knowledge, skills, and experiences related to career opportunities in warehouse, distribution, logistics, and transportation.
Students will learn and work in realistic environments using industry-standard equipment and procedures, as well as have opportunities to obtain information through industry field trips and guest speakers.

Students will learn…

  • Forklift and Safety Training
  • Proper Lifting and Material Handling
  • Receiving, Stocking, Packing, Loading
  • Order Entry / Data Entry
  • Mental Math for Warehouse Workers
  • Understanding Supply Chain Basics
  • Workplace Etiquette
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