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Administrator-Journeyman Test Preparation (CNTED 111)

$122

with Jim Gordon

Aug 19, 2017 at 8 am

This course provides the required eight hours of Continuing Education Units (CEU) as required by the State of Washington.  This course covers information on how to take the Washington State Administrator and or Journeyman Examination.

Note: A $2.00 Credit/Debit Card processing fee may be added to the course fee.

CCTV Wiring Methods Per the NEC for Trainees & Journeymen (CNTED 104)

$122

with Jim Gordon

Jul 22, 2017 at 8 am

This course provides the required eight hours of Continuing Education Units (CEU) as required by the State of Washington.  This course covers a basic understanding of CCTV wiring as  required by the NEC.

Note: A $2.00 Credit/Debit Card processing fee will be added to the course fee.

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CPR & First Aid for Health Care Providers (PTN 150)

$76

with Frank Chase

Aug 5, 2017 at 8 am

Work in health care, or want to? No matter what health care job you’re getting, you’ll probably need a Basic Life Support card. This American Heart Association-approved course consists of adult, child, and infant CPR and First Aid, and an overview of AED procedures. Class meets OSHA and WISHA requirements. The Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support and the First Aid cards are valid for two years. Recertify with us!

You must pay for the class and pass both the written and skills exams to receive your certifications.

Students must read, write and understand the English language well enough to pass a written exam.

 Note: A $2.00 Credit/Debit Card processing fee will be added to the course fee.

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Flagger Training

$65

with Michelle Foy

Aug 12, 2017 at 8 am

This course presents approved training by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries for flagging and traffic control, with hands-on practice. This course is geared towards individuals interested in obtaining their first flagger card, or those interested in getting re-certified. Flagger card presented after full payment and successful completion of the class.  The card is valid for 3 years.

 

Note: A $2.00 Credit/Debit Card processing fee will be added to the course fee.

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Forklift Training (WRKFR 338)

$175

with Jayson Quiocho

Jul 15, 2017 at 9 am

Created for those who use forklifts on the job, with a strong emphasis on safety. Our thorough course is approved by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries and us OSHA compliant. Text included in cost of course.  Forklift card presented after payment and successful completion in class. Certification is good for 3 years.

 

Note: A $2.00 Credit/Debit Card processing fee will be added to the course fee.

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Forklift Training (WRKFR 338)

$175

with Jayson Quiocho

Aug 12, 2017 at 9 am

Created for those who use forklifts on the job, with a strong emphasis on safety. Our thorough course is approved by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries and us OSHA compliant. Text included in cost of course.  Forklift card presented after payment and successful completion in class. Certification is good for 3 years.

 

Note: A $2.00 Credit/Debit Card processing fee will be added to the course fee.

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OPEN LAB - Frequently Asked Questions

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with DeWayne Grimes

Jul 12, 2017

What is Open Lab?  

Open Lab was designed to help you bridge gaps in your digital literacy skills in a manner that fits your budget, schedule, and specific learning needs.  We combine a variety of online classes with face-to-face tutoring and coaching to meet this goal.  In addition to working with individuals, we also create plans for small employers with limited training budgets to help their employees improve digital literacy skills.  You are not tied to rigid class schedules, unless that is what you want.

What kinds of things can I get help with through Open Lab?

We say BYOC -- bring your own challenge!  Overcome fear of computers. Add Microsoft office certifications to your resume.   Learn how to get the most out of your smart phone.  Get help with making a list of question to ask before you buy a new computer.  Learn tips on how to surf the web safely.    Interested in studying at Clover Park and need help brushing up on math and English before you start?  We can help with that, too.  We operate with a "no-wrong-door" policy.  If Open Lab isn't the right solution for you, but Clover Park has other options that may be useful, we will help connect you to the right person.  

Is Open Lab available to the general public or just students registered in Clover Park programs?

Open Lab was developed with the local community and small employers in mind.  For students registered in Clover Park programs we offer services that enhance those provided through the College's Tutoring Center.

What is the cost?

You can test out open lab for as little as $25 for a three-hour walk-in session (payable with credit or debit card only).  If you like what you see, that initial fee can be used to reduce the cost of punch card that gives you access to additional services either through our scheduled walk-in sessions or one-on-one sessions with a tutor.  Online courses start as low as $99 for six-week classes such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, or PowerPoint.

Call us to set up a plan that works for you:  253-589-5575

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Phlebotomy Program

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with Kenneth Markovits

Program Description

This program is designed to develop basic phlebotomy skills for blood collection and safe handling. Are you a currently employed health care professional interested in expanding your skill set? Students will learn proper technique and order of draw for venipuncture, using a variety of collection methods (syringes, vacutainers and butterfly needle). Student will also learn proper techniques for collecting blood specimens using finger and heel sticks. Students will have lab time to practice their skills on other students in a mock laboratory setting.  The course includes the 7 hours of HIV/AIDS training required by the State of Washington. Lab times will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:00 - 7:00 pm. 

This is a basic skills course for health care professionals currently employed in the field. This is includes lecture and lab times. There is no clinical component to this course. 

Course Fee - $495 + Cost of Supply Kit

Beginning October 2017, the course fee will include a supply kit required for the course.  The cost of the textbook and additional recommended supplies is excluded. The full fee is required at registration.

Steps to Register

Pre-registration with Workforce Development Office is the first step in registering for the Phlebotomy Program (Phleb 120) at Clover Park Technical College.  The instructor's permisson is required to complete registration with Enrollment Services.  Payment is required at registration. Seats will not be guaranteed without full payment or verification of third-party payment.

Prerequisites

  • Pre-registration is required.  Send email with request for information to ContinuingEd@cptc.edu
  • Attendance at an regularly scheduled information session is required to obtain instructor's signed permission to register.  Information sessions  are held Lakewood campus, Building 21, Room 227.
  • At least three months of work experience and/or formal training in a healthcare field.  Students must provide documentation of work or training in the first week of class.

 





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