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Unformatted text preview: # College Name Training Provider Course Name FY2016 Skills Development Fund Curriculum Repository CIP Code Training Hrs. Course Type Course Description Project Industry 1 Alamo Community College District Methodist Hospital Systems Acute Patient Care Assistant Training 51.3902 8 Bus. Technical Acute Patient Care Assistant Training Health Care and Social Assistance The training is designed to provide a baseline of knowledge to set the new patient care assistant up for success. The training provides a variety of general information about the roles and responsibilities of a Patient Care Assistant (PCA), and it allows for gaining experience with frequently used equipment to model PCA use in a hospital environment. The topics covered included ‘Service Excellence’ and the hourly rounding service recovery, vital signs, intake and output, isolation, Orthostatic Blood Pressure, foley care, abnormal findings to report to the nurse, and application of restraints. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Demonstrate knowledge and use of frequently used hospital equipment to include the Neuron Vital Sign Machine • Understand and demonstrate how a patient bed and bedside table work • Understand and demonstrate how to set up a suction, how to empty a foley, and how to apply restraints • Understand and demonstrate how to estimate patient meal intake • Understand and demonstrate how to count respirations • Understand and demonstrate the purpose of hourly rounding and service recovery • Understand and demonstrate the roles and responsibilities of taking vital signs, foley care, and suicide watch, and close observer tips • Understand and demonstrate how to collect intakes and outputs and patient care activities to include how to turn a patient and position a patient • Understand and demonstrate how to diaper a patient, place a patient on a bedpan, and make an occupied bed • Understand and acknowledge the abnormal patient findings that should be reported to the nurse 2 Alamo Community College District Alamo Community College District Alternating Current (AC) Control Principles 47.0201 96 Bus. Technical Alternating Current (AC) Control Principles Health Care and Social Assistance A basic study of Heating Ventilation Air-Conditioning (HVAC) and refrigeration controls; troubleshooting to control components; emphasis on use of wiring diagrams to analyze high and low voltage circuits; a review of Ohm’s law as applied to air conditioning controls and circuits. Trainees will develop skills in air conditioning and refrigeration controls and learn how to select and use proper tools. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Demonstrate and practice safe working habits in the shop area • Demonstrate and practice electrical safety while working in the lab area • Draw the different types of electrical circuits • Demonstrate and practice the proper use and care of hand tools and test equipment • Demonstrate an understanding of control theory and refrigeration systems 3 Alamo Community College District Alamo Community College District Alternate Current (AC) Troubleshooting 15.0501 96 Bus. Technical Alternate Current (AC) Troubleshooting Health Care and Social Assistance An advanced course in application of troubleshooting principles and use of instruments to diagnose air conditioning and refrigeration components and system problems including conducting performance tests. The course will cover Environmental Protection Agency laws and applicable documentation. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Test and diagnose components, systems, and accessories • Complete applicable documentation • Fabricate, solder and braze refrigerant tubing • Connect manifold gauges to refrigerant systems • Properly interpret pressure and temperature readings • Describe proper refrigerant handling procedures 4 Alamo Community College District Alamo Community College District Advanced Alternate Current (AC) Controls 47.0201 96 Bus. Technical Advanced Alternate Current Controls Health Care and Social Assistance The course consists of the theory and application of electrical control devices, electromechanical controls and/or pneumatic controls, troubleshooting of electric control devices, residential air conditioning control systems, commercial and industrial air conditioning control systems and troubleshooting modern refrigeration, heating and air conditioning control circuitry and systems. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Install and troubleshoot complex electrical control devices and control circuits • Apply AC control concepts • Analyze the effects of smart energy networks and how they interface with Heating Ventilation Air-conditioning control systems • Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of AC inductive and AC capacitance circuits 1 of 212 # College Name Training Provider Course Name FY2016 Skills Development Fund Curriculum Repository CIP Code Training Hrs. Course Type Course Description Project Industry 5 Alamo Community College District Methodist Hospital Systems Advanced Cardiac Life Support 51.3814 12 Bus. Technical Advanced Cardiac Life Support Health Care and Social Assistance The Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Provider Course is designed for healthcare providers who either direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest or other cardiovascular emergencies. Through didactic instruction and active participation in simulated cases, the student will enhance their skills in the recognition and intervention of cardiopulmonary arrest, immediate post arrest, acute dysrhythmia, stroke, and acute coronary syndromes. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Apply the Basic Life Support (BLS), Primary, and Secondary Assessments sequence for a systematic evaluation of adult patients • Perform prompt, high-quality BLS, including prioritizing early chest compressions and integrating early Automatic External Defibrillator use • Recognize and perform early management of respiratory arrest • Discuss early recognition and management of ACS and stroke, including appropriate disposition • Recognize and perform early management of Brady arrhythmia and tachyarrhythmia that may result in cardiac arrest or complicate resuscitation outcome • Recognize and perform early management of cardiac arrest until termination of resuscitation or transfer of care, including immediate post–cardiac arrest care • Model effective communication as a member or leader of a highperformance team • Evaluate resuscitative efforts during a cardiac arrest through continuous assessment of Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation quality, monitoring the patient’s physiologic response, and delivering real-time feedback to the team • Recognize the impact of team dynamics on overall team performance • Discuss how the use of a rapid response team or medical emergency team may improve patient outcomes • Define systems of care 6 Alamo Community College District Methodist Hospital Systems Certified Emergency Nursing Review 51.3816 16 Bus. Technical Certified Emergency Nursing Review Health Care and Social Assistance This course is a review of emergency nursing designed to assist the trainee in successfully obtaining Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN®) certification. The course offers lectures, graphics, videos and practice questions in many of the areas that are tested on the CEN® Exam. This review will provide not only a knowledge base for successfully completing the exam but will provide a foundation for further study as the trainee works towards expert emergency nursing care. Successfully completing the CEN® Exam is a challenge that has been completed by only a minority of emergency nurses. Successful completion of this exam exhibits to others that the bearer has demonstrated a knowledge base in the specialty of emergency nursing that exceeds his or her peers. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Discuss priorities of the primary and secondary assessment of patients in presenting to the emergency department • Describe basic principles of disaster management • Analyze the effectiveness of patient or family education in a clinical scenario • Discuss the basic principles of safe inter-facility transfer • Describe anticipated assessment findings of patients with selected respiratory, medical, cardiovascular, neurologic, toxicological, gastrointestinal and genitourinary emergencies • Plan and prioritize interventions of patients with selected respiratory, medical, cardiovascular, neurologic, toxicological, orthopedic, psychiatric or gastrointestinal emergencies • Select appropriate triage categories for patients in clinical scenarios • Differentiate cardiogenic, hypovolemic and distributive shock with regards to assessment and management Refrigeration Principles 47.0201 96 Bus. Technical Refrigeration Principles An introduction to the refrigeration cycle, heat transfer theory, temperature/pressure relationship, refrigerant handling, refrigeration components, safety, tools and equipment, shop practices, tubing and piping, leak detection, system evacuation and system cleanup, basic automatic controls, electric motors, commercial refrigeration, commercial ice machines, special refrigeration applications and troubleshooting and typical operating conditions for commercial refrigeration. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Identify the components and explain the application and operation of the basic refrigeration cycle • Explain theories of thermodynamics and heat transfer • Demonstrate proper application and use of tools, test equipment, and safety procedures • Demonstrate accepted refrigeration applications 7 Alamo Community College District Alamo Community College District 2 of 212 Health Care and Social Assistance # College Name Training Provider Course Name FY2016 Skills Development Fund Curriculum Repository CIP Code Training Hrs. Course Type Course Description Project Industry 8 Alamo Community College District Methodist Hospital Systems Charge Nurse Training 51.3820 42 Gen. Technical Charge Nurse Training Health Care and Social Assistance The Charge Nurse Leadership Certificate builds the foundation for successfully leading a team to provide exceptional patient care. The Charge nurse course is a 42-hour interactive course for new or prospective charge nurses; and, four modules from the NCharge Course from Catalyst Learning and 16 hours of Crucial Conversations training from Vital Smarts. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Improve communication and skills relevant to ensuring smooth operation of a patient care unit • Understand and demonstrate a two-hour simulation presentation in MHS’ Clinical and Professional Education Center (CaPE) • Understand and demonstrate common and consistent approaches to operating the hospital floor and common language • Understand and demonstrate the role of a charge nurse to include leading other nurses and allied health professionals at one time • Understand the business of nursing • Understand one’s own leadership strengths and development opportunities • Successfully lead a team which provides exceptional patient care • Understand consistent approaches to operating the business • Demonstrate leadership skills that have an impact on business results • Understand the common language across Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) Charge Nurses 9 Alamo Community College District Alamo Community College District Microsoft Excel Level 1 11.0699 8 Gen. Technical Microsoft Excel – Level 1 Health Care and Social Assistance This course is designed for people preparing for certification as a Microsoft Certified Application Specialist in Excel, who already have knowledge of Microsoft® Office, Windows® 2000 (or above), and who desire to gain the skills necessary to create, edit, format, and print basic Microsoft Office Excel 2007 worksheets. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Explore the Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007 environment and create a basic worksheet • Perform calculations • Modify a worksheet • Format a worksheet • Print workbook contents 10 Alamo Community College District Alamo Community College District Microsoft Excel Level 2 11.0699 8 Gen. Technical Microsoft Excel – Level 2 Health Care and Social Assistance The target students for this course are students who desire to gain the skills necessary to create templates, sort and filter data, import and export data, analyze data, and work with Excel on the web. In addition, this course helps prepare students who desire to take the Microsoft Office Specialist exam in Excel and who already have knowledge of the basics of Excel, including how to create, edit, format, and print basic worksheets. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Calculate with advanced formulas • Organize worksheet and table data using various techniques • Create and modify charts • Analyze data using PivotTables and PivotCharts • Insert graphic objects • Customize and enhance workbooks and the Microsoft® Office Excel® environment 11 Alamo Community College District Alamo Community College District Microsoft Excel Level 3 11.0699 8 Gen. Technical Microsoft Excel – Level 3 Health Care and Social Assistance This course was designed for students desiring to gain the skills necessary to create macros, collaborate with others, audit and analyze worksheet data, incorporate multiple data sources, and import and export data. In addition, the course is also for students desiring to prepare for the Microsoft Certified Application Specialist exam in Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007, and who already have knowledge of the basics of Excel, including how to create, edit, format, and print worksheets that include charts and sorted and filtered data. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Increase productivity and improve efficiency by streamlining your workflow • Collaborate with others using workbooks • Audit worksheets • Analyze data • Work with multiple workbooks • Import and export data • Use Excel with the web • Structure workbooks with XML 12 Alamo Community College District Alamo Community College District Microsoft Outlook 11.0699 8 Gen. Technical Microsoft Outlook Health Care and Social Assistance This course was designed for students desiring to learn the basics of Outlook. Trainees will cover the Ribbon interface, navigating in Outlook, setting up e-mail options, calendar, sharing, attachments and much more. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees will be able to: • Navigate the Outlook Window to include the Ribbon, the Folder Pane, Customizing Outlook, Personalizing the Reading Pane and using the Quick Access Toolbar • Set up e-mail options and account setting • Send messages with attachments, signature, multiple recipients, and other send options • Handle incoming messages – reply, forward, flag or print • Organize Messages – Folders, Quick Steps, Rules, Sorting, Searching Archiving and Moving and copying messages • Managing people in Outlook through the contact list • Navigate the calendar – views, scheduling appointments, setting reminders, recurring appointments, sharing and publishing calendars, editing appointments opening a calendar via e-mail • Create a note and copy onto desktop • Navigate tasks, create and edit tasks, assign tasks and accept or decline a task 3 of 212 # College Name Training Provider Course Name FY2016 Skills Development Fund Curriculum Repository CIP Code Training Hrs. Course Type Course Description Project Industry 13 Alamo Community College District Alamo Community College District OSHA 10 Training 19.0604 8 Gen. Technical OSHA 10 Training Health Care and Social Assistance The course meets the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ten-hour training requirements for 29 CFR 1910 General Industry Safety and covers topics related to general industry safety. Upon successful completion of the training the trainees will earn their ten-hour OSHA Construction Safety and Health Card and be able to: • Have a working knowledge of basic general industry safety requirements in the workplace • Have general knowledge of OSHA rules and what OSHA is about • Have a working knowledge of potential hazards in general industry • Know proper use and care of personnel protective equipment • Knowledge on how to locate safety information and stay abreast of current safety information 14 Alamo Community College District Pearls Review Cardiovascular Nursing 51.3899 18 Bus. Technical Cardiovascular Nursing Review Course Health Care and Social Assistance This course prepares eligible Registered Nurses to take the Cardiovascular Nursing Board Certification examination for CVRN-BC Level I or CVRN-BC Level II, or obtain specialty specific training. Upon completion, the trainee will be able to: (Depending on Level) •Interpret rhythm strips 12-Lead EKGs. • Discuss cardiovascular disease processes to include heart failure, hypertension, cardiomyopathy and acute coronary syndromes. •Describe the use of interventional procedures and devices. •Apply concepts during review and critical thinking exercises 15 Alamo Community College District Pearls Review Critical Care Nursing 51.3814 24 Bus. Technical Critical Care Nursing Review Course This course prepares eligible Registered Nurses to take the Critical Care Nursing Certification (CCRN) or Progressive Care Nursing Certification (PCCN) examination, or obtain specialty specific training. Upon completion, the trainee will be able to: • Integrate physiology, pathophysiology, assessment, evaluation and treatment of critically ill patients. •Explore the Synergy Model •Apply concepts during simulation activities and critical thinking exercises. Health Care and Social Assistance 16 Alamo Community College District Pearls Review Emergency Nursing 51.3816 82 Bus. Technical Emergency Nursing Certification Review Course This course will prepare eligible Registered Nurses to take the Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) examination or obtain specialty specific training. Upon completion, the trainee will be able to: •Explore presenting emergencies based on body system •Discuss environmental factors and toxicology •Discuss emergency care for the patient in shock. •Describe professional issues that impact emergency care •Apply concepts during review and critical thinking exercises. Health Care and Social Assistance 17 Alamo Community College District Pearls Review Inpatient Obstetric 51.3822 46 Bus. Technical Inpatient Obstetric Nursing Certification Review Course This course prepares eligible Registered Nurses to take the Inpatient Obstetric Nursing Certification examination (RNC-OB) or obtain specialty specific training. Upon completion, the trainee will be able to: •Discuss normal and at risk antepartal, intrapartal and postpartal patients. •Describe fetal development. •Discuss care for the normal and at risk newborn. •Apply concepts during simulation activities and critical thinking exercises Health Care and Social Assistance 18 Alamo Community College District Pearls Review Maternal Child Newborn 51.3806 44 Bus. Technical Maternal Child Newborn Review Course Health Care and Social Assistance This course prepares eligible Registered Nurses to take the Certification in Maternal Newborn Nursing (RNC-MNN) or the Certification in Low Risk Neonatal Nursing (RNCLRN) examination or obtain specialty specific training. Upon completion, the trainee will be able to: •Discuss antepartum, intrapartum and postpartum evaluation and care. •Identify risks for maternal and newborn complications. •Discuss ethical and legal perinatal issues •Apply concepts during review and critical thinking exercises 19 Alamo Community College District Pearls Review Medical-Surgical...
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