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AHCE:749 Abuse, Neglect and Financial Exploitation in Long Term Care Communities04/11-04/11  

This class will provide a comprehensive review of abuse, neglect and financial exploitation in long term care communities. Abuse, neglect and financial exploitation will be defined and the signs, symptoms and risk factors for each identified. How and to whom a report of abuse, neglect or financial exploitation should be processed will be explained and supportive services for the victim and family identified. Prevention of abuse, neglect and financial exploitation in long term care communities will be discussed. Instructor: Katelyn Eichorst MSW. Cost for adults 60 and over $18.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50959
  • Meeting Dates= 04/11-04/11
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Science West Bldg 108
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 29.00
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ACLS:701 ACLS04/23-04/23  

Class will be held on 4/23 and 4/24. This American Heart Association course is designed to review, organize and prioritize the skills and didactic information needed to handle a cardiac arrest, events leading to a cardiac arrest and events that follow a cardiac arrest. Please note that written and practical skills (hands-on manikin simulation) evaluation and testing are required for course completion. Upon successful completion each participant will receive an ACLS course completion card. Intended audience: Personnel staffing emergency, intensive care or critical care departments, emergency medical providers such as physicians, nurses, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other professionals who may have a need to respond to a cardiovascular emergency. Materials will be mailed prior to the program for extensive self-paced pre-course preparation. Access to a computer will be necessary for pre-course work. Registration three weeks prior to course start date is required to ensure arrival of pre-course material. Registration/refund/withdrawal deadline: 4/1. Due to the nature of the program, you must arrive on time. No admittance after stated start time. No refund for late arrival. Cost for adults 60 and over $217.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 51090
  • Meeting Dates= 04/23-04/23
  • Meeting Days= Sa
  • Meeting Times= 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
  • Location= Forest Park - G Tower 121
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 350.00
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  ACLS Skills Performance02/12-02/12  

ACLS Skills check-off for students currently enrolled in the credit STLCC Respiratory Therapy Program.

  • Registration Code= 201605 51287
  • Meeting Dates= 02/12-02/12
  • Meeting Days= F
  • Meeting Times= 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
  • Location= Forest Park - G Tower 121
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 20.00
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314-984-7777
 
  ACLS Skills Performance02/05-02/05  

ACLS Skills check-off for students currently enrolled in the credit STLCC Respiratory Therapy Program.

  • Registration Code= 201605 51286
  • Meeting Dates= 02/05-02/05
  • Meeting Days= F
  • Meeting Times= 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
  • Location= Forest Park - G Tower 121
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 20.00
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314-984-7777
 
  ACLS Skills Performance01/29-01/29  

***Class withdrawn by program***ACLS Skills check-off for students currently enrolled in the credit STLCC Respiratory Therapy Program.

  • Registration Code= 201605 51285
  • Meeting Dates= 01/29-01/29
  • Meeting Days= F
  • Meeting Times= 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
  • Location= Continuing Ed Cancelled CE-WD
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 20.00
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AHCE:701 Caregiving at Home - Caregiving and Dementia: Understanding Difficult Behaviors05/09-05/09  

During this final evening of the Caregiving at Home Workshop we will discuss caregiving and dementia. Behavior is a powerful form of communication and is one of the primary ways for people with dementia to communicate their needs and feelings as their ability to use language is lost. However, some behaviors can present real challenges for caregivers to manage. Join us to learn how to decode behavioral messages, identify common behavior triggers and learn strategies to help intervene with some of the most common behavioral challenges of Alzheimer's disease. Presenter: Theresa James BSW, Community Educator, Alzheimer's Association St. Louis Chapter. Cost for adults 60 and over $17.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50716
  • Meeting Dates= 05/09-05/09
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Science South Bldg 108
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 29.00
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  Caregiving at Home - Conditions, Events and the Emotional Experience05/02-05/02  

This evening's class will look at conditions and events requiring care in the home and the related stress and emotion experienced by the senior as well as the caregiver. This class can be taken individually, or as part of the 8-week Caregiving at Home Workshop. While this course is primarily for the nonprofessional caregiver, portions of the course may be very useful to professionals providing care for family or friends. Instructor: Janice Palmer PhD RN CNE. Cost for adults 60 and over $17.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50711
  • Meeting Dates= 05/02-05/02
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Science South Bldg 108
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 29.00
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  Caregiving at Home - Do No Harm: Proper Body Mechanics04/19-04/19  

How do you safely move a senior in bed, transfer and assist with walking? Learn the proper body mechanics that will assure the safety of the person being assisted and the caregiver. Please wear flat shoes and slacks for this session. This class can be taken individually, or as part of the 8-week Caregiving at Home Workshop. While this course is primarily for the nonprofessional caregiver, portions of the course may be very useful to professionals providing care for family or friends. Please note this class which is part of the 8-week Caregiving at Home Workshop will be offered on a Tuesday evening. Instructor: Mary Christman PT, MA Ed. Cost for adults 60 and over $17.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50707
  • Meeting Dates= 04/19-04/19
  • Meeting Days= T
  • Meeting Times= 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Applied Science Bldg 104A
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 29.00
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  Caregiving at Home - Eldercare Law and Order04/04-04/04  

Join us for an interactive presentation on eldercare law. Some of the topics to be presented include Advanced Directives, Living Wills, Power of Attorney and Trust Funds. This class can be taken individually, or as part of the 8-week Caregiving at Home Workshop. While this course is primarily for the nonprofessional caregiver, portions of the course may be very useful to professionals providing care for family or friends. Instructor: Christine Alsop. Cost for adults 60 and over $17.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50687
  • Meeting Dates= 04/04-04/04
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Science South Bldg 108
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 29.00
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  Caregiving at Home - Medicare: The Basics04/11-04/11  

This evening's class will focus on Medicare, the federal health care program for those 65 years and older. Join us for a discussion on Medicare Part A and B, Medicare Part D (Prescription Drugs), Medicare Supplements and Medicare Advantage Plans. This class can be taken individually, or as part of the 8-week Caregiving at Home Workshop. While this course is primarily for the nonprofessional caregiver, portions of the course may be very useful to professionals providing care for family or friends. Instructor: Shelley Miller. Cost for adults 60 and over $17.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50706
  • Meeting Dates= 04/11-04/11
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Science South Bldg 108
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 29.00
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  Caregiving at Home - Medications and Pain Management03/28-03/28  

This week we will discuss medications and current trends in pain management for the senior. This class can be taken individually, or as part of the 8-week Caregiving at Home Workshop. While this course is primarily for the nonprofessional caregiver, portions of the course may be very useful to professionals providing care for family or friends. Instructor: Catherine Kush MSN BSN RN GNP-BC. Cost for adults 60 and over $17.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50686
  • Meeting Dates= 03/28-03/28
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Science South Bldg 108
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 29.00
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  Caregiving at Home - Nutrition and Fluid Intake04/25-04/25  

This evening's class will turn our attention to the nutrition needs and fluid intake of the senior. This class can be taken individually, or as part of the 8-week Caregiving at Home Workshop. While this course is primarily for the nonprofessional caregiver, portions of the course may be very useful to professionals providing care for family or friends. Cost for adults 60 and over $17.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50709
  • Meeting Dates= 04/25-04/25
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Science South Bldg 108
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 29.00
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  Caregiving at Home - Which is Best..Care in the Home or in a Facility?03/21-03/21  

The need for caregiving in the home may occur suddenly with an illness or injury or, as with chronic illness or frailty due to aging, it may develop over a period of time. There are a variety of factors to be considered when the need for caregiving arises. This session will explore and compare home- and facility-based options when individuals need increased assistance with everyday tasks. There will be a discussion as to the range of services provided through home care agencies, including non-medical support such as housekeeping, shopping and errands, bathing and personal care, medical services such as physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy and wound care. We will explore community services such as adult day care and respite care that may be beneficial to caregivers who wish to continue providing care for their loved one in the community. There will be a discussion about the different levels of facility-based care, including skilled nursing, assisted living and residential care. This class can be taken individually, or as part of the 8-week Caregiving at Home Workshop. While this course is primarily for the nonprofessional caregiver, portions of the course may be very useful to professionals providing care for family or friends. Instructor: Katelyn Eichorst MSW. Cost for adults 60 and over $17.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50685
  • Meeting Dates= 03/21-03/21
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Science South Bldg 108
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 29.00
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  Caregiving at Home Workshop03/21-05/09  

This workshop will be offered 3/21 through 5/9. Whether you are a family member, a concerned friend, or a community volunteer helping a senior with household tasks, personal and/or health care in the home setting or transportation, this 8-week workshop will provide you with helpful information. Come to the entire workshop or select individual classes that will enable you to ensure the senior continues to thrive during life's most difficult times of aging. Throughout this workshop resources and support for the caregiver will be addressed. While this course is primarily for the nonprofessional caregiver, portions of the course may be very useful to professionals providing care for family or close friends. No class 4/18; instead class will meet on 4/19. Cost for adults 60 and over $67.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50684
  • Meeting Dates= 03/21-05/09
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Science South Bldg 108
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 129.00
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NURS:777 Diabetes 2016: Medication Update including Inhaled Insulin03/23-03/23  

Management of the client with diabetes is an ever-changing challenge. This workshop will focus on the recent advances in medications used in the treatment of diabetes including inhaled insulin. Cost for adults 60 and over $28.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50984
  • Meeting Dates= 03/23-03/23
  • Meeting Days= W
  • Meeting Times= 6 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Science West Bldg 111
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 49.00
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EMSS:700 EMT Core Curriculum01/20-05/15  

This course is held 1/20 - 5/15. It meets all the current requirements for Missouri EMT-B license renewal. It includes the assessment and care of the sick and injured, pediatric and geriatric emergencies, childbirth, defibrillation, hazardous material situations and the use of adjunctive EMS equipment. Does not include CPR. Attendance at first class is required. A strict attendance policy is enforced. Course is not for initial EMT-Basic training. Initial EMT-Basic training is offered for college credit (EMT 121). Registration deadline before class begins on 1/20. No class 2/15, 3/14, 3/16. Cost for adults 60 and over $145.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50980
  • Meeting Dates= 01/20-05/15
  • Meeting Days= W
  • Meeting Times= 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Location= Harrison North Side Educ Ctr 200
  • Instructor= Steven Newcomb
  • Fees= $ 270.00
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AHCE:773 Functional Goals and Treatment Strategies for Occupational Performance04/06-04/06  

***Note: Class location changed from AS 102 to AS 104A.*** This class is designed for Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants to explore task analysis to find creative treatment options to maximize ADL/IADL performance. Therapists will identify the limiting factors that inhibit occupational performance and expand their repertoire of functional treatment strategies. Clinicians will practice writing measurable goals and brainstorm with other professional to solve treatment challenges. Instructor: Carolyn Stecher OTR/L. Cost for adults 60 and over $16.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 51183
  • Meeting Dates= 04/06-04/06
  • Meeting Days= W
  • Meeting Times= 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Applied Science Bldg 104A
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 25.00
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AHCE:774 Introduction to Soft Tissue Mobilization for the PTA02/20-02/20  

As a PTA are you looking to improve your manual therapy knowledge and skill set? Do you want to become more independent with the total treatment of your lumbar spine patients? Soft tissue techniques are an essential tool for the PTA working in the outpatient setting. These techniques can have a tremendous positive impact on the patient's pain, joint mobility and overall level of spine function. Upon successful completion of the course, the PTA will be able to discuss the anatomy and neurophysiology of the connective tissue and muscle function; explain the rationale for implementation of soft tissue techniques; recognize his or her mechanics and the effect on treatment outcome and demonstrate a variety of specific and general techniques to the extremities and the spine. Instructor: Michael Gorman PhD PT DMT FAAOMPT. Cost for adults 60 and over $26.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 51181
  • Meeting Dates= 02/20-02/20
  • Meeting Days= Sa
  • Meeting Times= 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Applied Science Bldg 104A
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 45.00
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NURS:708 Medical Terminology for Nursing and Allied Health Occupations04/05-04/28  

This course will be offered 4/5 - 4/28. Medical terms and language are complex and not often easily understood. Nursing and allied health textbooks are filled with many words that have been derived from the combination of word forms from Latin suffixes and prefixes. Attend this course for a "jumpstart" to learn the meaning of these complex words and to gain the "extra edge" when reading textbooks filled with medical language. Refund/withdrawal deadline: 3/29. Cost for adults 60 and over $45.50.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50982
  • Meeting Dates= 04/05-04/28
  • Meeting Days= TTh
  • Meeting Times= 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Location= Forest Park - G Tower 121
  • Instructor= Alverta Smith
  • Fees= $ 89.00
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NURS:723 Nurse Assistant Certification Exam05/19-05/19  

State certification exam for students enrolled in the spring 2016 STLCC Nurse Assistant Training Program.

  • Registration Code= 201605 51289
  • Meeting Dates= 05/19-05/19
  • Meeting Days= Th
  • Meeting Times= 4:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
  • Location= Forest Park - G Tower 121
  • Instructor= STLCC Staff
  • Fees= $ 125.00
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  Nurse Assistant for Nursing Homes03/22-05/19  

Training is held from 3/22 - 5/19. Register in person only in Continuing Education at Forest Park G 322/324. The course exceeds the required 75 hours classroom instruction and 100 hours of supervised on-the-job training. Class meets twice a week for 20 sessions; each four hours in length. The 104 hours of on-the-job training are in addition to the scheduled class time. No weekend hours for on-the-job training. Time off from work may be required to complete on-the-job training. Course content includes training in basic nursing skills, fire safety, disaster training, nursing home resident safety and rights, the social and psychological problems of nursing home residents, methods of caring for mentally confused residents such as those with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders, food service, personal care, elimination, restorative nursing, infection control and special procedures. Upon successful completion of the course the student is eligible for state certification. Strict attendance policy. Any missed class or on-the-job training time will be made up at an additional expense to the student. Prerequisite: Family Care Safety Registry Worker Registration letter is required at time of registration. Only original letter will be accepted. Letter cannot be older than six months. Register online at www.dhss.mo.gov/FCSR/ to obtain letter. To enroll in this state approved training the student must be employable in a skilled nursing facility or intermediate care facility in direct resident care. This is assured by verification with the criminal background check, 5 Panel drug screen, Family Care Safety Registry Worker Registration, state registry for nurse assistants and EDL. Intermediate or higher proficiency in English is recommended. Required Nursing Skills Lab: Saturday, 3/26, 8 am - 4:30 pm. Registration/Refund/Withdrawal deadline: 3/15. No refunds after that date. Cost for adults 60 and over $550.50.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50983
  • Meeting Dates= 03/22-05/19
  • Meeting Days= TTh
  • Meeting Times= 4:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
  • Location= Forest Park - G Tower 121
  • Instructor= Alverta Smith
  • Fees= $ 1099.00
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NRSG:704 Nursing Math Class04/19-05/10  

This class is designed for students entering the Nursing Program. The accurate calculation of medication dosages is an essential responsibility of nurses. Serious harm can occur to a patient from a mathematical error when calculating a medication dosage. This course will assist you in learning how to accurately calculate medications and will give you a head start on critical content that will be covered in more detail during the Fundamentals of Nursing course. Textbook optional.

  • Registration Code= 201605 51284
  • Meeting Dates= 04/19-05/10
  • Meeting Days= T
  • Meeting Times= 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
  • Location= Flo Valley - Training Center 207
  • Instructor= Ellen Stillwell
  • Fees= $ 35.00
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314-984-7777
 
  Nursing Math Class02/18-03/03  

This class is designed for students entering the Nursing Program. The accurate calculation of medication dosages is an essential responsibility of nurses. Serious harm can occur to a patient from a mathematical error when calculating a medication dosage. This course will assist you in learning how to accurately calculate medications and will give you a head start on critical content that will be covered in more detail during the Fundamentals of Nursing course. Textbook optional.

  • Registration Code= 201605 51250
  • Meeting Dates= 02/18-03/03
  • Meeting Days= Th
  • Meeting Times= 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Location= Meramec - Business Admin Bld 122
  • Instructor= Janet Walsh
  • Fees= $ 35.00
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314-984-7777
 
  Nursing Math Class03/23-04/13  

This class is designed for students entering the Nursing Program. The accurate calculation of medication dosages is an essential responsibility of nurses. Serious harm can occur to a patient from a mathematical error when calculating a medication dosage. This course will assist you in learning how to accurately calculate medications and will give you a head start on critical content that will be covered in more detail during the Fundamentals of Nursing course. Textbook optional.

  • Registration Code= 201605 51249
  • Meeting Dates= 03/23-04/13
  • Meeting Days= W
  • Meeting Times= 5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
  • Location= Forest Park - C Tower 415
  • Instructor= Nina Raheja
  • Fees= $ 35.00
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314-984-7777
 
NURS:706 Pharmacology: Drug Interactions in the Elderly04/20-04/20  

This course addresses drug-related issues common in the elderly population with specific emphasis on adverse drug effects, over-dosage, under-dosage, drug-disease interactions, drug-drug interactions, drug-food interactions and potential drug interactions associated with over-the-counter medications including herbal products. Cost for adults 60 and over $18.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50981
  • Meeting Dates= 04/20-04/20
  • Meeting Days= W
  • Meeting Times= 6 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
  • Location= Forest Park - G Tower 119
  • Instructor= Catherine Kush
  • Fees= $ 29.00
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AHCE:786 Pharmacy Technician Certification Training02/08-02/08  

***Class cancelled.*** This training is held from February 11 through June 20, 2016. Required orientation: Monday, February 8, 6 - 8 p.m. Register in person only in Continuing Education at Forest Park, G 322. This training prepares the student for entry level employment as a pharmacy technician. The course provides 105 hours of class room instruction and 60 hours of externship experience. Class meets twice a week, Monday and Thursday (February 11 - May 16), for 28 sessions. Primary textbook is an E-book. The 60 hours of externship experience (May 17 - June 10, 2016) follows the classroom experience. Class review: June 13, 2016. Final exam: June 16, 2016. Last class day: June 20, 2016. Students will learn about the top medications dispensed in the United States and be introduced to the basic concepts of pharmacy calculations for proper medication dispensing. A strict attendance policy is enforced throughout this training. Upon successful completion of the course the student is eligible to take a certification exam. Prerequisites: Student must be 18 years of age; High school diploma or a High School Equivalency Certificate; Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) Test - Letter stating a minimum score of 8.9 on both Vocabulary and Comprehension tests and a minimum score of 7.0 Mathematics Concepts and Application. Family Care Safety Registry-Worker registration letter: Register online at www.dhss.mo.gov. Only the original letter will be accepted. Letter cannot be older than six months. Class will meet Tuesday, 2/16. No class 2/15, 3/7, 3/10. Refund/withdrawal deadline: 2/1. No refunds after that date.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50724
  • Meeting Dates= 02/08-02/08
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Location= Continuing Ed Cancelled CE-WD
  • Instructor= CE Org Staff
  • Fees= $ 2100.00
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  Pharmacy Technician Certification Training PP02/08-02/08  

***Class cancelled.*** Section for students using payment plan. Student must have approval of MK Education to register. This training is held from February 11 through June 20, 2016. Required orientation: Monday, February 8, 6 - 8 p.m. Register in person only in Continuing Education at Forest Park, G 322. This training prepares the student for entry level employment as a pharmacy technician. The course provides 105 hours of class room instruction and 60 hours of externship experience. Class meets twice a week, Monday and Thursday (February 11 - May 16), for 28 sessions. Primary textbook is an E-book. The 60 hours of externship experience (May 17 - June 10, 2016) follows the classroom experience. Class review: June 13, 2016. Final exam: June 16, 2016. Last class day: June 20, 2016. Students will learn about the top medications dispensed in the United States and be introduced to the basic concepts of pharmacy calculations for proper medication dispensing. A strict attendance policy is enforced throughout this training. Upon successful completion of the course the student is eligible to take a certification exam. Prerequisites: Student must be 18 years of age; High school diploma or a High School Equivalency Certificate; Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) Test - Letter stating a minimum score of 8.9 on both Vocabulary and Comprehension tests and a minimum score of 7.0 Mathematics Concepts and Application. Family Care Safety Registry-Worker registration letter: Register online at www.dhss.mo.gov. Only the original letter will be accepted. Letter cannot be older than six months. Class will meet Tuesday, 2/16. No class 2/15, 3/7, 3/10. Refund/withdrawal deadline: 2/1. No refunds after that date.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50961
  • Meeting Dates= 02/08-02/08
  • Meeting Days= M
  • Meeting Times= 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Location= Continuing Ed Cancelled CE-WD
  • Instructor= CE Org Staff
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AHCE:785 Phlebotomy02/09-04/28  

* * * CLASS WITHDRAWN * * * This training program is held from 2/9 - 4/28. Register in person only in Continuing Education at Forest Park, G 322/324. This training prepares the student for entry level employment as a phlebotomist. The course provides classroom, lab instruction and clinical experience. 120 hours of clinical experience is in addition to scheduled class time. No week end hours for clinical experience. Time off from work may be required to complete clinical. Course content includes basic anatomy pertinent to blood collection, as well as communication skills, specimen processing, related interdisciplinary tasks, lab experience of blood drawing techniques and practical experience of blood drawing techniques in the clinical setting. A strict attendance policy is enforced throughout this training. Prerequisites: Student must be 18 years of age; High school diploma or a High School Equivalency Certificate; Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) Test Letter stating a minimum score of 8.9 on both Vocabulary and Comprehension tests and a minimum score of 7.0 Mathematics Concepts and Application; Family Care Safety Registry-Worker registration letter. Only original letter will be accepted. Letter cannot be older than six months. Register online at www.dhss.mo.gov to obtain letter. No class date 3/15, 3/17. Registration/refund/withdrawal deadline: 2/2. No refunds after that date. Cost for adults 60 and over $1,000.00.

  • Registration Code= 201605 50722
  • Meeting Dates= 02/09-04/28
  • Meeting Days= TTh
  • Meeting Times= 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
  • Location= Continuing Ed Cancelled CE-WD
  • Instructor= Joann Devine
  • Fees= $ 1400.00
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