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Workshop-style course in which students study the evolution and function of online helps; critique existing online helps; learn structuring principles and navigation tools common in online helps; create online helps using several leading online help-authoring tools such as RoboHELP, Flare and AuthorIT; and write their own online helps for a software product. Integrated with college credit ETWR 2374.
Work-based instruction that helps students gain practical experience in the discipline, enhance skills, and integrate knowledge. The emphasis is on practical work experience for which the student has already acquired the necessary theoretical knowledge and basic skills. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional, generally a clinical preceptor. Current admission to the Dental Assisting Program is required for registration. Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Assisting Program. Contact (512) 223-7090 for more information.
Skills development for professional personnel practicing in critical care units, emergency departments, and paramedic ambulances. Establishes a system of protocols for management of the patient experiencing cardiac difficulties. Meets the American Heart Association requirements for ACLS provider course. Participants who successfully complete the course receive an AHA ACLS Provider card. Course materials will be mailed to registered participants a minimum of one week prior to course. Registration deadline is one week prior to the first class day. Lunch is not provided. Approved for 16 nursing and TDH-P contact hours. Prerequisite: Knowledge and skills associated with basic CPR. For additional information contact - 512-223-7090. Integrated with credit EMSP-2135.
An introduction to the creative design of clothing through the flat pattern method. General principles of pattern making using the basic five-piece dress sloper. A study of dart manipulation, slashing and spreading the pattern and contouring sew lines. For questions please contact Victoria Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org or 512.223.7906. Integrated with credit FSHD-1328.
An online course offering complete understanding of using 2 different measuring systems in medical practice to determine converting one system to the other, dosages in multiple dosage forms, dosages based on weight and routes of administration. The course will include workforce applicable calculations of flow rates for intravenous administration. This course will allow practicing health care professionals a review and also an avenue of students to receive credit for dosage calculations when taking a 3 credit hour pharmacology course at another institution. NOTE: Mandatory final exam schedule last day in testing center.