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Power Equipment Accessory MaintenanceIn this course the student will learn how to do basic maintenance and adjustments to accessories such as blade sharpening, mower deck adjustment, cable adjustment, safety switch operation, and belt pulley and bearing replacement. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3MMST1100MMST2180View
Power Equipment Drive SystemsThis course is designed to give the student hands on experience with transmissions, variable drive systems, and clutches, used in the power equipment industry. Disassembly, identification, and measurement of worn parts as well as reassembly and adjustments will be covered. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3MMST1130MMST2175View
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
Power Transmission and Mechanical SystemsThis course is an introduction to Automation Robotics Engineering Technology. It is designed for persons who will be or are employed as machine assemblers, maintenance mechanics, field service personnel, engineers, manufacturing technicians and those in technical sales. Covered in the course are the basic components of automated machinery systems. They include chains, belts, couplings, gear reducers, shaft alignment, gear trains, linkages, bearings, brakes, clutches and machine timing. Included are hands-on projects in addition to demonstration and lecture on actual packaging machines. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4NoneARET1125View
PowerPoint 2016This course is for personnel responsible for creating presentations in a business environment. Using the many features of PowerPoint, the student will learn to produce slides which include diagrams, clipart, charts and graphs. The student will import data from word processing and spreadsheet software to prepare professional presentations.3Qualifying score on keyboarding assessment test OR CPLT1100 or CPLT1200 or instructor approvalCCIS1042View
Practical Application for Estimating and LayoutThis course covers the fundamental information and practices required to properly estimate the amount of materials necessary for various manufacturing processes. The student will use common problem solving methods and will convert units of measure that are utilized in the manufacturing industry. The student will interpret the geometry of commonly used materials and study their manufacturing application trends. Various methods of material layout will also be practiced along with an introduction to the use of basic welding and cutting equipment.2NoneWLDG1010View
Practical LeadershipIn life and work, a common challenge is how to bring together a group of people to complete projects that advance the mission of the organization. This course will introduce students to the practical skills of leadership that are fundamental to successfully meeting this common challenge. These skills include communication, goal setting, collecting and analyzing of relevant data, budgeting, team building, conflict resolution, and mentoring. 2Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 and Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921CCDS1600View
Practical Skills for Public WorksThis class will introduce basic skills with practical application of industry safety principles. Instruction will include tube and pipe fabrication,sheet metal fabrication, and construction of series and parallel electrical circuits. Students will also be introduced to the material necessary for obtaining a State of MN Special Boilers License.4Must have Public Works as a declared MajorPWRK1045View
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
Practicum IStudents demonstrate early childhood teaching competencies under guided supervision making connections between theory and practice and demonstrating professional behavior. Students develop, implement, and assess curriculum that promote positive development and learning.3CDEV1125, CDEV1160 and Instructor approvalCDEV1725View