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Desktop and Server Administrator - CE Midlands Technical College 12994.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Learn to maintain network hardware and software, monitor networks to ensure availability to all users, and perform necessary maintenance to support network availability. Also, learn to plan, coordinate, and implement network security measures. You will also train for the ITIL 4 Foundation Certification. ITIL is the most widely accepted approach to running effective IT/digital services and has been adopted by individuals and organizations across the world. ITIL helps define the direction of the service provider with a clear operating model and aligns services to the business strategy and customer needs. ITIL also provides a common language for businesses and professionals using IT-enabled services. In as little as two to four months, you can become highly competitive in today's job market by learning to administer and troubleshoot a Microsoft domain-based network. Jump into a career as a desktop and server administrator and earn an industry average of $32 an hour monitoring and maintaining IT network hardware, software, and security measures. Prepare to take the CompTIA A+*, Network+*, Server+*, Cloud+*, and Security+* certifications and be employable as a server administrator, systems administrator, or desktop administrator in a number of organizations across the Midlands. To earn this certificate, students must successfully complete all courses within a two-year period. *Additional testing required for certifications. None
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Drywall Construction Training Center LLC 4200.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The Drywall program is a fast-paced training option for those who desire to be NCCER certified in Core and Level 1 Drywall. NCCER's curriculum in Drywall teaches trainees to install and finish drywall. Graduates can expect to apply for entry-level positions in residential and commercial projects. Drywallers earn an average of $41,620 per year and $20.01 per hour as of May 2011, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Half of the workers in this occupation reported annual salaries between $30,170 and $49,040. High School Diploma or Equivalent NCCER
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EA-1000 Administrative Customer Support Specialist MedCerts 2000.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program offers a unique opportunity that prepares the student to perform administrative tasks within an office environment and gives them the tools and training that teaches skills such as how to create and manipulate documents, working with spreadsheets, presentations, and email. The skilled administrator needs to be able to handle a range of administrative tasks, and deal with sensitive client or patient relations issues. Because Customer Service is a priority in situations where any direct patient/client interaction occurs, students will learn the fundamentals of Customer Service by completing two modules that have been aligned with standards set forth by the International Customer Service Association (ICSA). Students that successfully complete these courses will achieve certification as a Certified Customer Service Professional (CCSP). In addition to the CCSP certification, students will have the opportunity to attain the Fundamentals of IT certification sponsored by CompTIA. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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EKG Specialist - CE Midlands Technical College 2739.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
After completing this 26-week program, students will be qualified to enter the healthcare industry as EKG specialists. Working in doctor’s offices, clinics, or hospitals, EKG specialists administer tests to record and analyze electrical impulses transmitted by the heart. Also called EKG technicians, EKG specialists can earn as much as $52,000 once entering the workforce. Topics include anatomy and physiology of the heart, mechanics of the EKG machine, stress testing, and Holter monitoring. Prerequisites are Medical Terminology and Cardiac Care Technician with a grade of “C” or better. If needed, the student can take Medical Terminology at MTC as listed below in the coursework section. None
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EKG Technician Career Step, LLC 1899.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
EKG technicians work in nearly every aspect of healthcare. These trained technicians test the electrical activity of the heart through the proper placement of electrode patches on the patient’s body. The resulting EKG rhythm strips provide valuable data used in diagnosing and monitoring patients with heart conditions. This EKG Technician program will train students to perform the following tasks: • Measure basic vital signs and perform rapid response procedures • Operate an EKG machine and interpret the output • Prepare for, perform, and monitor EKG testing • Record lead placement, measure and identify rhythms EKG technicians who work in hospitals and other round-the-clock healthcare facilities have the possibility of working night and weekend schedules. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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electrocardiogram technician Pee Dee Medical Training Center of LC, LLC 1037.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This course provides an overview of the basic cardiovascular terminology, anatomy, and physiology. The course focuses on the proper placement of electrocardiogram(EKG) lead and maintenance of equipment to obtain an accurate 12-lead EKG. Students learn to recognize cardiac arrhythmias. The course also outlines responsibilities of ECG/EKG technicians and provides clinical laboratory opportunity to develop entry level skills. After successful completion of the course the student will receive a certificate of completion. The course prepares the student for the national health Career Association. High School Diploma or Equivalent Training or expert in area of EKG, Paramedic, or Registered Nurse
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Electronic Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Southeastern College 22592.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Individuals trained in utilizing electronic healthcare records have the opportunity improve the quality and convenience of patient care, increase patient participation in their own care, improve the accuracy of coding, diagnoses, and insurance processing, and increase the efficiency and cost savings of the medical practice. This program is intended to train those who wish to gain employment in medical billing and health information management utilizing electronic health systems. Employment opportunities may be in either the public or private sector, including positions in the offices of private physicians, hospitals, and medical centers. Students will develop a thorough knowledge of medical terminology, health records management, insurance procedures and billing software, medical coding, as well as skills in business communications and office administration that are vital for success in this growing field. Graduates will have the opportunity to participate as an important member of the healthcare team. A certificate will be awarded upon successful completion of this program. Outside work is required. Students who have successfully met all educational and institutional requirements for a Certificate in Electronic Medical Billing and Coding Specialist from Southeastern Institute are eligible to have their names submitted to the National Health Career Association to be considered as a candidate for the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) examination. Those students who have successfully met all educational and institutional requirements for a Certificate in Electronic Medical Billing and Coding Specialist from Southeastern Institute are eligible to have their names submitted to the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) to be considered as a candidate for the Certified Professional Coders-Apprentice (CPC-A) examination. Those students who have successfully met all educational and institutional requirements may also be eligible to have their names submitted to the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) to be considered as a candidate for the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) examination. High School Diploma or Equivalent Minimum diploma or certificate in the field of study, certification in Billing and Coding plus at least three years of experience in the field Southeastern College is located at 1628 Browning Road, Suite 180, Columbia, SC 29210. The school is conveniently located in the Browning Business Center near the intersections of I-26 and I-20. The school encompasses 29,960 square feet of air conditioned/heated and well-lit classrooms, laboratories, media center, student lounge and offices providing students with a modern and comfortable learning environment. In addition, the school provides ample free parking. All equipment used at the school is compatible with industry standards and effectively meets the objectives of the programs.
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Emergency Medical Technician SC Midlands EMS Management Association 1009.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
204 contact hour based on current national EMS educational guidelines; instruction, skill development, and national registry testing as entry-level emergency medical technician primarily for EMS employment, can also lead to employment in industry and a supplement for other careers. High School Diploma or Equivalent Paramedic with 5 years experience, successful teaching history All equipment utilized in performance of emergency medical services, manikins and simulators.
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60.0 40.0 100.0 100.0
Emergency Medical Technician Technical College of the Lowcountry 2546.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Emergency Medical Technician High School Diploma or Equivalent
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100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Emergency Medical Technician Pee Dee Regional EMS, Inc 1936.50 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The EMT course is a 200-hour program that can qualify the candidate for certification as an EMT. Candidate must be able to pass the NREMT practical and written exam upon completion of the program and pass a criminal background check upon passing NREMT. High School Diploma or Equivalent EMT Instructor
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100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
NOTE:  "N/A" indicates that there is insufficient data and/or a program served fewer than ten WIOA students to calculate the performance measures at this time.

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