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  • Dialysis Technician

    As kidney failure continues to be a growing national health problem, kidney disease is driving the growing demand for well-trained dialysis technicians. While most technician training has historically been done “on-the-job,” today’s healthcare employers are seeking well-trained technicians who possess the necessary knowledge and skills to fill this growing number of positions. Under the supervision of physicians and registered nurses, dialysis technicians operate kidney dialysis machines, prepare dialyzer reprocessing and delivery systems, as well as maintain and repair equipment. Furthermore, technicians work with patients during dialysis procedures and monitor and record vital signs, as well as administer local anesthetics and drugs as needed. You will complete the course with the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties required of dialysis technicians and be ready to apply for an entry level position.
  • Professional Bookkeeper with QuickBooks®

    Whether you own or want to start your own business, or if you are looking for employment with a small business, this program takes you through the ins and outs baseline accounting principles, bookkeeping and overall record keeping relative to successful small business accounting. With a comprehensive understanding of accounting, this program ensures you can not only keep accurate books, but understand why and how these records are kept, as well as how these processes and procedures might be improved. A full study of QuickBooks® will ensure that you can operate successfully within the most-widely used accounting software application and provide associated accounting professionals with the files necessary for tax preparation and/or support their efforts in any tax or audit situation.
  • Electrical Technician

    This Occupational Safety and Health Administrative (OSHA) program will jump start your career as an entry-level Electrical Technician using our custom-built electrical training walls for residential and commercial use that you won’t see anywhere else. Electrical technicians assemble, install, test, maintain and repair electrical wiring and equipment. This program focuses on broad, transferable skills, including an understanding of the electrical trade, the National Electrical Code® and more to prepare for entry-level careers in this growing field. You will be eligible for an optional externship with a local employer after successful course completion.
  • Welding Technician

    Welding is a high-tech industry that can take you places all over the world. From ladders to aircraft carriers, from NASCAR to national defense, and from the laboratory to sales and repair, the varied welding industry impacts virtually every industry. Technology is creating more uses for welding in the workplace. The Welding Technician program is designed to prepare you to support industrial, transportation, oil and gas, constructing, and many other industries with welding skills. Upon completion you can serve in positions such as Welders, Cutters, Solderers and Brazers and go on to earn multiple credentials through the American Welding Society, and you will be eligible for an optional externship with a local employer.
  • Photography Entrepreneur

    Photography entrepreneurs need to learn how to establish a business, how to write a business plan, how to brand and market the business, and understand copyright and other types of photography-related laws. Photographer entrepreneurs start their own photography businesses. In addition to having photography knowledge and skills, you must also acquire business savvy, including how to establish a legal form of the business, how to write a business plan, how to brand and market the business, and how to use the numerous types of contracts required to comply with copyright and other types of photography-related laws. If you’re looking to strike out on your own as a photographer, any small business needs a good business plan and this course will walk you through the ins and outs of the business aspects of photography so that you can start to earn a living and be your own boss without having to leave your passion for photography behind. This program covers the basics of setting up a photography business. You will complete the course with the knowledge to open your own business.
  • Become a Freight Broker

    Become part of the exciting trucking, freight logistics, and transportation industries as a licensed freight broker or as a freight broker agent. Freight broker training will help you learn the skills you need to be a successful Freight Broker/Agent. From licensing and operations to sales and marketing, you'll learn the basics of how to run a domestic freight brokerage or agency in the United States. Freight brokerage is a growing, service-based industry. As a freight agent or broker, you connect shippers and manufacturers with transportation companies and manage those shipments. Entrepreneur magazine has rated the freight brokerage business as one of the top home-based businesses to own, and a Wall Street Journal article cited freight brokering and logistics as the largest growing sector of the transportation industry. Written by freight brokerage specialists, this freight broker course will provide you with the knowledge and resources needed to break into the shipping industry. From transportation law, contracts, and insurance, to setting up and running your own business, this is the best online freight broker training available. For details and to register click here: Instructors: Jan & Jeff Roach Location: Online
  • Independent French Level II

    Understand the main idea of texts, interact with fluency with other speakers and produce clear, detailed texts and speeches on a wide range of subjects using the appropriate grammar and conjugation. Develop your viewpoints with nuanced opinion and arguments. You will complete this semester feeling more confident in your ability to communicate in French. Must pre-register