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International Trauma Life Support (ITLS)This is a course designed for the prehospital provider not covered in the EMT course for trauma assessment and skills. The student will use the rapid trauma assessment algorithm, learning how to assess, treat and package the patient. We will be following the ITLS standards and upon successful completion of this course the student will receive certification as an ITLS provider. $25.00 fee required for purchase of a certification card.1NoneEMSV1195View
Documentation for Emergency Medical ServicesThis is a course that will help the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provider understand and perform the skills needed to meet industry standards for documentation. Students will learn to use subjective and objective information along with abbreviations commonly used in EMS. Students will be able to complete a patient care report (PCR) to industry standards.1EMSV1050EMSV1080View
Digital ElectronicsThis is a first course in Digital Electronics. The primary goals of this course are to help individuals acquire a fundamental knowledge of digital electronics, Boolean algebra, digital devices, analog to digital conversion and digital to analog conversion, and how to apply their knowledge and skills through problem solving, simulation and practical projects.3Qualifying score on the reading assessment test OR ENGL0901CMAE1554View
Introduction to EMS SystemsThis is a general introductory course for students planning studies in Emergency Medical Services. Students will learn the history, development, and current model for the delivery of out-of-hospital medical services in the United States. Topics include legal and ethical issues and communication systems.1NoneEMSV1000View
Clinical Externship IIThis is a partnership between Hennepin Technical College and a dental facility. This course provides the opportunity for the student to perform skills learned in the program and apply them to an employment like environment. This will include general dentistry and specialties such as oral surgery, orthodontics, endodontics, public health or pediatric dentistry.4Successful completion of 1st and 2nd semester coursesDNTL1325View
Essay FundamentalsThis is a pre-college level writing course intended to develop essay writing skills. Students will learn to compose essays using several development strategies. They will also be introduced to basic citation styles and develop critical thinking and reading skills.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL0930 with a grade of C or better. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL1021View
Nursing Assistant Written-RetakeThis is a retake examination process which is necessary for registration of nurses aides employed in long-term care facilities. The retake examination consists of two parts; a written evaluation and a skills evaluation. This evaluation is designed to objectively measure nurses aide candidate`s knowledge and skills and to ensure minimal entry level competency in the field. Individuals successfully completing this examination are placed on the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry.0NoneNAHA0115View
Nursing Assistant Skills-RetakeThis is a retake examination process which is necessary for registration of nurses aides employed in long-term care facilities. The retake examination consists of two parts; a written evaluation and a skills evaluation. This evaluation is designed to objectively measure nurses aide candidate`s knowledge and skills and to ensure minimal entry level competency in the field. Individuals successfully completing this examination are placed on the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry.0NoneNAHA0125View
XML IIThis is a second course in XML, following XML I. Topics include advanced core XML, XLink, and XPath; XQuery; XSL; XForms; XML signatures; parsing; using XML and XSLT with Java; SOAP; and Web Services.4CCIS2595, CCIS2610 and CCIS2701 or equivalentCCIS2615View
Introduction to CinemaThis is a writing intensive course where students study and analyze the basic elements of a critical understanding of film: story elements; visual design; cinematography and color; editing and special effects; functions of sound and music; styles of acting and directing; and functions of genre.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026 and Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921ENGL2200View