Search Courses



Advanced Search
Displaying 51-60 of 1051 results.
Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
Incident Management for Business and IndustryThis course is designed to provide the student with the training and information necessary to safely respond and manage emergencies. Topics covered include incident command, pre-planning, communications, and safety. 1NoneENHS1140View
Lifting Techniques for Health ProfessionalsThis course will focus on the use of proper body mechanics, lifting techniques, back strengthening exercises and general cardiovascular conditioning necessary for pre-hospital and in-hospital personnel.1Be in good health and have no lifting restrictionsEMSV1110View
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
Passenger Assistant TechnicianThis course meets partial requirements for Special Transportation Services by the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MN DOT). Topics include Passenger Assistance Part I and II, abuse prevention and first aid.1NoneEMSV1115View
CPR InstructorIn this course, you will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to fairly and accurately instruct and test students in Basic Life Support CPR procedures. Graduates will receive a successful completion certificate that can be given to a local Training Center (TC) to obtain their American Heart Association BLS Instructor certification. 1Current CPR for Health Care Provider Certificate or instructor approvalEMSV1140View
Emergency Vehicle Driving SkillsThis course includes classroom and behind the wheel training for Emergency Medical Services personnel. The course includes basic and advanced driving skills and discussion of Code 3 driving. A driving range is used which includes straight-line braking, control braking, backing, and serpentine.118 years old, and valid driver`s license with good driving recordEMSV1130View
A+ Exam PrepThe focus of this course is to prepare for the CompTIA A+ certification exam. Topics covered will include all prior A+ Hardware and A+ Software coursework as it relates to the CompTIA A+ certification exams. Students will prepare through simulated practice exams and experiences.1CCIS2675 and CCIS2680 or instructor approvalCCIS2685View
Computer Room Air ConditioningThis course entails heat/cool machines for computer room comfort control. This course will teach the student installation, start up and servicing of computer room heat/cool machines.1Residential HVAC Diploma or equivalent industry experienceHVAC2060View
Air Quality SystemsThis course will introduce the student to the skills necessary to service air filtration systems, heat recovery ventilators and humidifiers.1HVAC1071 and HVAC1110HVAC1160View
Hazardous Materials Management and HandlingThis course is designed to provide the student with information and skills required for the safe performance of daily work activities involving hazardous materials. The emphasis of this course is safe work practices. 1NoneENHS1120View