Medical Interventions (8381)

Medical Interventions (8381) n this specialization course for Project Lead the Way (PLTW), students are taught concepts in fighting infections, understanding genetics, and preventing, detecting,

Emergency Medical Telecommunications (8337)

Emergency Medical Telecommunications (8337) Emergency Medical Telecommunications is designed to provide the beginning telecommunicator with an understanding of situations encountered in an emergency communications environment.

Sports Medicine II (7662/8317)

Sports Medicine II (7662/8317) Upon successful completion of this course, students will be eligible to take the National Academy of Sports Medicine-Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT)

Sports Medicine I (7660/8316)

Sports Medicine I (7660/8316) In this course, students earn a certification in First Aid/CPR/AED. The course introduces students to topics such as human anatomy and

Medical Coding and Billing II (8389)

Medical Coding and Billing II (8389) Students will become familiar with the health insurance industry and legal and regulatory issues. Students will learn the principles

Medical Coding and Billing I (8388)

Medical Coding and Billing I (8388) Students will be introduced to healthcare systems, how to manage an office, and the electronic medical record as it

Human Body Systems (8380)

Human Body Systems (8380) In this specialization course for Project Lead the Way (PLTW), students explore the human body systems of communication, power, and movement.

Home Health Aide (8364)

Home Health Aide (8364) Home Health Aide provides training in entry-level skills within the health care field. Students gain the knowledge and basic skills necessary

Health Assisting Careers (8331)

Health Assisting Careers (8331) Students explore opportunities in the healthcare field by developing basic skills common to several assisting careers. They study body structure and

Surgical Technologist II (8352)

Surgical Technologist II (8352) This high-school-extended course offers classroom instruction and clinical training in selected approved health care facilities under the direction of an approved

Surgical Technologist I (8351)

Surgical Technologist I (8351) Students acquire knowledge and assisting-level skills to function in association with licensed nurses and surgeons/physicians, providing the best possible care of