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Power Tool OperationThis course is designed to introduce the student to the proper and safe operation and maintenance of the basic woodworking power tools and stationary equipment used in the cabinet industry. One or more required projects will be fabricated by the student during the hands-on operation of the tools and equipment covered during this course.5Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901CBTG1121View
Nursing Assistant/Home Health AideThis state approved course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health and/or illness continuum and basic personal care skills. It includes theory with skills demonstrated in a supervised laboratory setting and 24 hours of clinical care of selected adult elders in a long term care (LTC) setting. The role of the nursing assistant in a LTC facility as well as working with various populations is discussed. In addition, the course provides an overview of the nursing assistant's role in home care. It identifies issues related to working in homes, including adjustments to delivering personal care, food and nutrition, and homemaking responsibilities. Upon successful completion of this course, the student is eligible to take the MN Nursing Assistant Competency Evaluation for NA/HHA. Individuals successfully completing this examination are placed on the MN Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Registry.5Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901. Ability to lift and move 25-50 pounds. 16 years of ageNAHA1002View
PracticumThe focus of this clinical experience is to apply Medical Assistant skills in the ambulatory care setting to patients across the lifespan. Students will work under the supervision of clinical personnel. The emphasis is on delivering safe, competent care. Students will observe and/or participate in clinical and laboratory procedures and treatments. Ethical and legal obligations of the Medical Assistant are integrated throughout the experience. This practicum is an unpaid experience in an ambulatory care setting. This experience facilitates performance within the Scope of Practice for the Medical Assistant student.6MAST2020 and MAST2035.Cleared Criminal Background study. Negative Mantoux or negative chest x-ray within 30 days of start of course. Current CPR (Health Care Providers or Professional Rescuer). Completed Immunization form (Hepatitis B, Varicella, Tetanus, MMR)MAST2041View
Emergency Medical Technician - BasicThis course uses the new education standards and meets the requirements established by the Minnesota EMS Regulatory Board (MN EMSRB). Upon successful completion of the course, passing the class readiness exam and National Registry of EMT Practical Skills exam (additional $80 fee required), you are then eligible to take the NREMT written exam (additional $70 fee required). State and National certifications will be issued upon passing these tests. Current EMT certification is a prerequisite for most paramedic programs.6EMSV1050 and Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT1100, 18 years old, and required vaccinationsEMSV1100View
Ford Dealership Internship IIIThis course will provide the student on-the-job training in a Ford or Lincoln-Mercury dealership. The student will use knowledge learned during previous courses and put into practice the technical skills learned on customers` vehicles.6Sucessful completion of FDAS1250, FDAS1400, FDAS1410, and FDAS1701 or equivalentFDAS2030View
Ford Dealership Internship IVThis course will provide the student on-the-job training in a Ford or Lincoln-Mercury dealership. The student will use knowledge learned during previous courses and put into practice the technical skills learned on customers` vehicles.6Successful completion of FDAS1260, FDAS2230, and FDAS2240 or equivalentFDAS2040View
Ford Dealership Internship IIThis course will provide the student on-the-job training in the automotive industry. The student will use the knowledge learned during previous classroom instruction and put into practice the technical skills on customers' vehicles.6Successful completion of FDAS1500, FDAS1550, FDAS1600, and FDAS1750 or equivalentFMLR1820View
Ford Dealership Internship IThis course will provide the student on-the-job training in the automotive industry. The student will use the knowledge learned during classroom instruction and put into practice the technical skills on customers` vehicles.6Successful completion of FDAS1200, FDAS1300, FDAS1650, and FDAS2600 or equivalentFMLR1810View
Manufacturing Fundamentals IThis course prepares students to enter the manufacturing field with acquired basic skills in shop math, print reading, measuring tools, hand tools, shop safety, employment/life skills, metallurgy, and biology. Students also learn about federal and international regulations, cleanroom techniques and quality systems. Successful completion is measured by the student's ability to determine whether a part has been manufactured to customer requirement and specifications within a safe, effective work environment.6NoneMETS1100View
Internship/Industry Partnership IThis course will provide the student on-the-job training in the medium/heavy truck industry. The student will use knowledge learned during previous courses and put into practice those technical skills at the workplace.6Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901 and Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT0900MHTT1031View