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CLASS A Manual Transmission Commercial Driving Academy 6110.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
CDL Class (A) Manual Transmission training program (160 hours). High School Diploma or Equivalent
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93.55 0.00 100.00 0.00 10982.20 93.55 0.00 100.00 0.00 10982.20
CLASS B Automatic Commercial Driving Academy 4610.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
CDL Class (B) training program (70 hours) High School Diploma or Equivalent
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Class B CDL Training SAGE Truck Driving Schools 4205.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Class B CDL Training. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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CLASS B MANUAL Commercial Driving Academy 5110.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
CDL Class (B) Training program (70 hours minimum) High School Diploma or Equivalent
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Clinical Massage Therapist - CE Midlands Technical College 10315.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Offered day and night, this 10-month classroom and clinical program will prepare you to become a licensed massage therapist in South Carolina. What is it like to be a massage therapist? As a clinical massage therapist, you'll learn how to apply massage techniques to treat soft tissue injuries, chronic pain and myofascial injury, and structural and postural distortions. This is a very rewarding career as you're often helping people relieve pain through therapeutic touch. Massage therapists can work in a variety of settings, including spas, gyms, and healthcare settings. Some massage therapists may prefer to operate their own independent practice. Demand is growing for medical massage therapists in healthcare. As this profession advances to include assessment and treatment of most soft tissue injuries, clinical massage therapists are becoming more crucial to physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors, and athletic trainers. A skilled massage therapist incorporating massage techniques for specific anatomical and physiological considerations can create better health outcomes and improve the patient experience. About the Program What will my courses be like? We are committed to a holistic, integrated approach to massage therapy. You'll learn a range of massage techniques including basic Swedish massage and clinical neuromuscular therapy, a form of deep tissue massage. In your coursework, you'll cover: Anatomy and physiology, Clinical massage theory and practice, Allied modalities, Statutes and history of massage, Business practices, Ethics, Pathology, and CPR. What happens after I complete the program? After you complete this program, you'll be eligible to take an exam administered by the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. After you pass the exam, you may submit your application to be a Licensed Massage Therapist in South Carolina. You will need to renew your license every two years by taking 12 hours of continuing education courses. None
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Clinical Medical Assistant Professional Development & Training Services, LLC 5283.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program is designed to teach students the skills necessary for employment as a CMA in a medical facility, such as a hospital, clinic, or doctor’s office. A qualified CMA is capable of performing a wide range of duties, thus assisting the physician in many ways. Clinical duties include asepsis and infection control, taking patient histories and vital signs, performing CPR and First Aid, preparing patients for procedures, assisting the physician with examinations and treatments, collecting specimens and administering and explaining medications as directed by the physician. High School Diploma or Equivalent 5 Years as a Clinical Medical Assistant and 3 Years teaching Clinical Medical Asssistant
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81.82 0.00 100.00 100.00 3844.80 81.82 0.00 100.00 100.00 3844.80
Clinical Medical Assistant Pee Dee Medical Training Center of LC, LLC 4390.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Training to that prepares individuals under the supervision of a physician to provide medical office administrative services and perform clinical duties. None Training or expert in area of training. Registered Nurse or Licenses Practical Nurse, Phlebotomist, EKG Instructor
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71.43 0.00 50.00 0.00 7141.55 71.43 0.00 50.00 0.00 7141.55
Clinical Medical Assisting Village Career Center, LLC 2615.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Course Overview: This course provides an introduction to theory and foundational skills in medical assisting for the student. Content includes lecture and discussion on the role of the clinical medical assistant, medical terminology, safety, human anatomy and physiology, screening, medical office emergencies, and patient education and communication. The course is designed to provide preparation for entry-level positions in medical assisting: Theory and laboratory instruction in assisting the physician/practitioner in exam-room procedures, laboratory procedures, pharmacology, providing medications, minor office surgery, and nutrition. Students are required to complete 16 hours of an externship at a site approved by Village Career Center in order to earn a Certificate of Completion. Purpose: This course will prepare the Clinical Medical Assistant to work in an advance clinical environment and healthcare setting. Learning Objectives: To prepare competent entry-level medical assistants in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains. The Clinical Medical Assistant Program prepares the graduate to assume the duties and responsibilities of a Medical Assistant at an entry level position and to qualify to sit for the National Certification Examination via the National HealthCareer Association. High School Diploma or Equivalent Instructors have greater than 6 years experience in the medical clinical office setting. Owner has over 18 years of healthcare experience.
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CNC Programming, Set-Up and Operating Palmetto Training Inc 5250.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to operate computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine tools, such as lathes, mills, precision measuring tools, and related attachments and accessories, to perform machining functions, such as cutting, drilling, shaping, and finishing products and component parts. Includes instruction in CNC terminology, setup, programming, operations, and troubleshooting; blueprint reading; machining; lathe and mill operations; technical mathematics; computer literacy; CAD/CAM systems; shop and safety practices; equipment capabilities; and regulations and laws. None OSHA Certified Equipment and Training material is various from program to program. Equipment changes as Industry requires to meet national certifications.
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Commercial Drivers License (CDL) - CE Midlands Technical College 4850.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The CDL-A program is offered in in a weekday or weekend format. The weekday option meets Monday through Thursday, from 7 am-5:30 pm for four weeks and the weekend option meets Saturday and Sunday, 7 am-5:30 pm for eight weeks. Graduates will be prepared to test for a Class A Commercial Driver’s License. Students are given the opportunity to take the CDL driving test at their local DMV office in the same vehicle they used to complete their training. To be accepted into the program, students are required to obtain and submit a South Carolina CDL Permit, a DOT physical, and a DOT drug screen before class starts. A 10-year driving record is obtained from the SCDMV during the application process as well. All paperwork must be completed and submitted before the student can be scheduled for a class. The program has been inspected, approved, and licensed by S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles. All instructors meet the department’s standards and are certified by the DMV. MTC has partnered with Ancora Education to provide the CDL Training Certificate and all registration for the program takes place with Ancora Education. None
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50.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 4858.31 50.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 4858.31
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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