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CDL Training: Class A Tractor Trailer STVT-AAI Education Inc DBA Miller-Motte Driving Institute 5000.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The CDL Training: Class A truck driver training curriculum provides students with training to inspect and operate tractor-trailers and to assume driver responsibilities on the road and at pickup/delivery points. Emphasis is placed on vehicle inspections, defensive driving, range maneuvers, motor carrier safety regulations (DOT 380 -397 and a certificate for entry level drivers), trip planning, cargo handling, size/weight laws, general maintenance procedures, hours of service, and accident prevention. All training, instruction, and testing is done at school facilities or in school-provided equipment. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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94.08 86.96 84.93 86.96 9360.00 94.08 86.96 84.93 86.96 9360.00
900 Hour Advanced Welding Arclabs Welding School 21675.00 Yes
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This welding program is an intensive, hands-on practical and theorem class of approximately 26 weeks, 900 hours. This course is designed for the beginner welder to the welder with some experience. Students of this program should learn practical Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) processes. Additionally, students will be taught proper safety and procedures to be able to start a welding career and will also have the opportunity to participate in real world welding simulations through projects based upon the needs of the industry in the local campus area. Advanced students may have the opportunity to take an elective in pipe welding (performance only; no classroom). Graduates of this program should be able to find entry-level jobs in the welding field. High School Diploma or Equivalent Arclabs Instructors are senior level welders and certified in the field. Arclabs Welding School is equipped with welding booths, a grinding area, an OxyFuel cutting area, and classroom space. Arclabs is a vocational school and does not provide any living areas for students. Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from school. Student parking is designated at each location. Student parking will be discussed during student orientation. Several of the branch campuses have access to public transportation. Please see the school administration office for specific details.
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71.43 40.00 92.31 100.00 6992.02 71.43 40.00 92.31 100.00 6992.02
A+ Certification Trident Technical College 2598.00 Yes
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The A+ Certification comprises two courses: A+ Essentials (Hardware portion) & A+ Practical Application (software portion). These two courses mirror the CompTIA exams. Students must take and pass both exams to become "A+ Certified" by CompTIA. These two courses help students acquire the essential skills and information needed to install, upgrade, repair, configure, troubleshoot, optimize, and perform preventative maintenance of basic personal computer hardware and operating systems. High School Diploma or Equivalent A+ Certification Computers set up in the labs on campus
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Accounting and Payroll Specialist - Certificate - CE Midlands Technical College 2991.00 Yes
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This program is designed to provide training for entry-level accounting and/or payroll specialist positions. The successful completion of this program will give graduates exposure to basic accounting principles, modern accounting software like Quickbooks, and other essential knowledge and skills. Students can earn their certificate in as little as 3-4 months but must complete their coursework within a two-year period. Courses can be taken on campus or online. What is it like to work as an Accounting and/or Payroll Specialist? An Accounting/Payroll Specialist handles the daily transactions of a business or organization including sales, payment of bills, and use of inventory. They may deal with all types of financial accounts and records within an organization. Titles and responsibilities vary based on the organization’s needs and the size of its accounting department. An entry-level accounting and payroll professional might have a job title like Bookkeeper, Accounts Payable/Receivable Clerk, Accounting Assistant, or Payroll Coordinator. Strong organization, a head for numbers, and accuracy are important skills for this profession. Accounting and payroll professionals may handle a range of responsibilities such as: Maintaining budgets and financial records Checking financial reports for accuracy Sending and paying invoices on time Processing payroll deposits Preparing tax documents Accounting and Payroll Specialists generally work in an office setting, but they can find employment in almost any industry because every business needs to manage financial records as well as pay its employees. At the entry level or in a small organization, bookkeeping responsibilities may be combined with general administrative duties. About the Program What will my courses be like? Courses in this program will you teach you the payroll and bookkeeping basics you need to keep office finances flowing. As a student, you'll train with Quickbooks and Excel, as well as learning other essential skills, such as Outlook and computer file management. Coursework includes: Business math Accounting essentials Payroll essentials Excel classes Quickbooks What happens after I complete the program? After completing the certificate program, you will be prepared to pursue an Intuit Quickbooks certification or take the National Association of Certified Public Bookkeepers exam. You’ll also have the skills you need to seek an entry-level accounting or payroll job. Among other possible job titles, you can work as a Bookkeeper, Accounting Assistant, or Payroll Assistant. Why choose MTC? At MTC, we're serious about helping you jumpstart your career. We’ve developed QuickJobs programs like our Accounting and Payroll Specialist certificate course to provide intensive and complete job training for careers that will be in high demand over the next decade. Online classes, in addition to daytime and evening class offerings at locations throughout the Midlands, make it convenient for you to learn accounting essentials on a schedule that’s right for you. Don't forget that tuition assistance, including scholarships and loans, may be available for this program. Requirements Online courses require basic computer skills. None
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75.00 38.10 77.27 76.19 5766.57 71.43 38.10 77.27 76.19 5766.57
Advanced Desktop & Server Administrator - CE Midlands Technical College 26950.00 Yes
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Do you design, install, and support an organization’s computer systems? Take your understanding of computer systems to the next level with this advanced certificate on infrastructure, security, and network configurations, and earn more than $36 an hour on average. In just 6-7 months, you can prepare to take CompTIA A+, Network+, Cloud+, Security+, Server+, Linux+, CCNS, ITF+, CySA+, and Pentest+* certifications. Expand your career and earning potential by validating your skills with advanced CompTIA and Cisco certifications that will put you in demand at a number of large corporations, small businesses, and government organizations in the Midlands. Learn the skills required to successfully install, operate, and troubleshoot Linux servers in an enterprise environment. Learn to successfully install, operate, and troubleshoot LAN switching and IP routing technologies in a small to medium size enterprise network. 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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Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Pee Dee Regional EMS, Inc 2623.50 Yes
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The AEMT course is a 278-hour program that can qualify the candidate for certification as a 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. 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. The AEMT level is between EMT and Paramedic and allows an advanced level of care between the two levels. Combination of Education and Course(s) SC AEMT Instructor or higher
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Advanced Welder - CE Midlands Technical College 12973.00 No
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The Advanced Welder Program focuses on advanced pipe welding positions. The program is designed for a welding student finishing the Comprehensive Welder Certificate or a welder currently working in the industry and is seeking additional skills to advance their career. Students will be well prepared for employment in the manufacturing and construction industries. The Advanced Welder Certificate can be completed in 9 weeks. There is an option of a morning, afternoon, and evening track to give students greater flexibility for a better balance between work, family, and training. If you have graduated with a degree in Welding Technology, please email cce@midlandstech.edu to determine if you can be exempt from completing the first (7) courses. Course(s)
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Agile Fundamentals (PSM I) Altitude Consulting, LLC 1600.00 Yes
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To prepare the student for the Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) certification exam with a comprehensive and rigorous review of Agile Scrum fundamentals and best practices to ensure exam success. Course Information, Meeting Place: Virtual via Zoom, Meeting Time: 6pm - 9pm EST (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday), Duration: 3 Hours/session On-Line Access: Provided after registration, Course Outline: Schedule Day 1:Introduction What is Agile Pre-Test, Day 2: What is Scrum Part 1, Practice Quiz. Day 3 What is Scrum Part 2, Scrum Roles, Scrum Events, Day 4: What is Scrum Part 2 cont. Scrum Artifacts, Team Leadership, Day 5: Information Recap, Final Exam. None PSM 1 certified and PMP certified
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Associate Degree in Nursing Program, LPN/LVN to ADN Bridge Option Galen Health Institutes, Inc., dba Galen College of Nursing (Myrtle Beach Campus) 41265.00 Yes
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The ADN Program, LPN/LVN to ADN Bridge Option educates licensed practical/vocational nurses (LPNs/LVNs) for the role of a registered nurse (RN). Graduates earn an Associate Degree in Nursing and are prepared to take the NCLEX-RN®, which they must pass before they can be employed as a licensed registered nurse. The quarter-calendar program offers hands-on learning, early in the program, with general education alongside the nursing curriculum. Combination of Education and Course(s) Faculty meet the experiential and educational requirements of the state regulatory and accrediting bodies of the College.
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Associate Degree in Nursing Program, Two-year Option Galen Health Institutes, Inc., dba Galen College of Nursing (Myrtle Beach Campus) 54110.00 Yes
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The ADN Program, Two-year Option is designed for those who are new to nursing and looking to enter the field as a registered nurse (RN). Graduates earn an Associate Degree in Nursing and are prepared to take the NCLEX-RN®, which they must pass before they can be employed as a licensed registered nurse. The quarter-calendar program offers hands-on learning, early in the program, with general education alongside the nursing curriculum. High School Diploma or Equivalent Faculty meet the experiential and educational requirements of the state regulatory and accrediting bodies of the College.
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Basic Training for HVAC Technicians-Residential/Light Commercial AC & Heat Pump Service Certification Program Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Training Center 7200.00 Yes
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A program that prepares individuals to enter the HVAC industry as certified technicians. Students learn fundamental operation, theory and application needed to troubleshoot and repair the HVAC system. Students who complete the program are EPA Certified and ready to work. Skill obtained during the training includes Brazing, Recovery and evacuation, electricity and controls, air distribution diagnostics, system charging and troubleshooting of refrigeration and controls for HVAC. None Instructors must have a minimum of 5 years experience in the HVAC industry, hold a universal EPA Certification. 10 Operational HVAC systems, an additional 15 trainers and tools required to service and repair systems. Tools and specialty equipment are also available for student use.
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BT-1000 Behavior Technician and the Medical Office MedCerts 4000.00 Yes
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The BT-1000 Behavior Technician and the Medical Office program prepares students to perform administrative tasks within a medical environment and provides the tools and training necessary to become a Behavior Technician. Graduates will have met the requirements to sit for the CMAA and RBT exams. Program objectives include obtaining knowledge of medical terminology, disease processes, anatomy and physiology, the role of HIPAA, OSHA, CDC, FDA, ANSI, AAMI, and other regulating agencies, and appreciate the roles in medical front office procedures. The RBT Competency Assessment must be completed while the RBT applicant is employed, with the responsible assessor and candidate both employed or in a contractual relationship with the same organization. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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BT-1100 Behavior Technician Specialist MedCerts 2500.00 Yes
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The BT-1100 Behavior Technician Specialist program offers the tools and training necessary to become a Behavior Technician. A Behavior Technician provides direct implementation of behavior-analytic services but does not design intervention or assessment plans. Students are taught about evidence-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) principles and strategies for helping individuals with developmental behavior challenges. This online program provides comprehensive training in the areas of Behavioral Health while teaching a fundamental understanding of the use of Medical Terminology and healthcare-specific language spoken in a clinical/medical environment. This training program is based on the Registered Behavior Technician Task List (2nd ed.) and is designed to meet the 40-hour training requirement for RBT credential. The program is offered independent of the BACB. The RBT Competency Assessment must be completed while the RBT applicant is employed, with the responsible assessor and candidate both employed or in a contractual relationship with the same organization. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY (BCT) – Level 1 Second Chance Job Center 5700.00 Yes
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Second Chance Job Center, LLC will be teaching BUILDING CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY (BCT) – Level 1. SCJC is a post-secondary institution licensed and approved by the Commission on Higher Education (CHE). SCJC has also been an approved training provider for SC DEW since 2018. SCJC Programs prepare students (including at risk and under-served populations such as youth, veterans, reentering citizens and displaced workers) with the skills and experience needed for a successful career in the building / construction industry through mentoring, vocational skills training, job and career placement services. SCJC's curriculum combines performance based learning in the building trades with academic skills training that includes life skills, career development, and paid on the job training. Standards: Standards reflect the building industry’s skill requirements for entry, semi-skilled and skilled levels of job proficiency in the construction trades. They provide a basis for the certification and training of construction workers and give employers objective benchmarks to select employees and evaluate training needs. The standards are available for: BCT (Building Construction Technology), Carpentry, Electrical, Landscaping, Masonry, Painting, Plumbing, Weatherization and Welding. High School Diploma or Equivalent Instructors / Coaches teaching SCJC’s academic and vocational training programs are credentialed by SCJC and must possess journey-level skills in the trades (usually 5 years of experience), a passion for the industry and a commitment to sharing their craft. Students will be trained to use basic and advanced BUILDING / CONSTRUCTION hand and power tools for their chose trade.
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Business Analyst - CE Midlands Technical College 6576.00 Yes
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Organizations are seeking skilled employees to help embrace, implement, and manage the evolution of changes successfully. There are many business challenges, government regulations, market demands, information technology needs, and strategic opportunities that compel organizations to initiate projects that drive change in organizations. Business analysis is the practice that aims at moving an organization from its current state to a defined future state to achieve its strategic objectives. The Business Analyst program is based upon the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) standards and best practices. IIBA is the global organization and leader for the voice of the business analysis community with global standards and international certifications for the profession. The Business Analyst program provides the business analysis professional development units for IIBA Business Analysis Certification exams. In this program, you will learn about the role and required skills of the business analyst as it relates to the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), how to develop use cases into detailed business requirements, and how to implement different testing techniques that accompany the SDLC to verify a successful client project installation. Learn how to participate on any project team and understand the Agile roles and responsibilities. Agile Fundamentals is the most widely used Agile Methodology, Scrum, for managing software development projects. Many organizations are changing the way software development projects are implemented. Completing the Agile Fundamentals course will increase your opportunities for IT careers in the software development and IT arena. To earn this certificate, students must successfully complete the following courses within a two-year period. Additional Testing required for certifications. None
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77.78 60.00 100.00 60.00 8311.45 75.00 40.00 60.00 60.00 7800.00
Business Technology - Black Belt Process Engineer Training Concepts 10500.00 Yes
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The Business Technology - Process Management Program is designed for students who would like to further their process improvement and process management knowledge and become certified as a LEAN SIX SIGMA - GREEN BELT & BLACK BELT, which is the most widely recognized process improvement certifications in the world. In addition to Six Sigma training, students attend training courses from a variety of MOS (MICROSOFT OFFICE SPECIALIST) business application computer-related courses. After successfully completing the program and passing the required exams, you will achieve Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification. High School Diploma or Equivalent Instructors are professionally certified in all industry recognised certifications. Have verified professional experience in corresponding fields. 5 training classrooms. 4 with state of the art computer equipment for every student. practice labs & computer testing center
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Business Technology - Data Analyst Program Training Concepts 9000.00 Yes
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The Business Technology – Data Analyst Program is designed to provide you with the skills and certifications necessary to greatly enhance your career. This program includes training toward achievement of the Microsoft Certified Associate (MCA) – Data Analyst, Microsoft Certified Fundamentals, Microsoft Excel Office Specialist (MOS.), Agile Management certified (PMI-ACP) and Cloud data Fundamentals (Cloud+ Essentials). The MOS- Excel Specialist indicates that you are a high proficiency user of analyzing and generating complex information spreadsheets. These industry certifications validate that you have the technical data analyst knowledge to use and maintain a wide range of database and cloud technologies and validates your proficiency of troubleshooting and implementing all types of data structures in cloud-based environments. These industry-wide, recognized credentials demonstrate that you have the skills to successfully manage and analyze business data while coordinating with a wide range of technology and business professionals in today’s digital work space. Combination of Education and Course(s) Instructors are professionally certified in all industry recognised certifications. Have verified professional experience in corresponding fields. 5 computer classrooms, practice labs & computer testing center
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Business Technology - Human Resources Management Training Concepts 10200.00 Yes
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The Business Technology – Human Resource Management Program is designed to provide the academic and occupational skill training necessary to prepare students who want advanced education and training for a successful career in Human Resources. This certification preparation program covers for knowledge domains: People, Organization, Workplace and Strategy, and eight behavioral competencies: Leadership & Navigation, Ethical Practice, Business Acumen, Relationship Management, Consultation, Critical Evaluation, Global and Cultural Effectiveness, and Communication. Additionally, students will receive classes on the entire Microsoft Office Suite. These increased computer proficiency skills make students relevant and vital resources for employers across the spectrum of the professional workforce. Since SHRM is taking all their methodologies into the Agile frame work students will become certified in PMI-ACP along with key computer skills in Excel, Office 365 and Project Specialist. Associate's Degree Instructors are professionally certified in all industry recognised certifications. Have verified professional experience in corresponding fields. 5 training rooms; 4 with state of the art computer student workstations. practice labs & computer testing center
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Business Technology - Microsoft Office Computer Specialist Training Concepts 3500.00 Yes
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Microsoft professional business applications. Intensive, Immersive, Hands-on practical training with MOS standardized testing. Topics include Excel 365 Analyst, Microsoft 365 Fundaments, Outlook 365 Online communication, Microsoft Project, Microsoft 365 Teams, MS 365 Business Productivity Apps (Power BI, Planner, SharePoint, OneNote etc.) Computer Keyboarding CBT. High School Diploma or Equivalent Instructors are professionally certified in all industry recognised certifications. Have verified professional experience in corresponding fields. 5 computer classrooms, practice labs & computer testing center, multi-purpose student area
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Business Technology - Project Management Professional Training Concepts 8500.00 Yes
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The Business Technology—Project and Process Management Program is designed for students who would like to further their business management aspirations. Including requisite process improvement, program management, service management and project management knowledge and become certified in LEAN SIX SIGMA-GREEN BELT, (PMP/CAPM) Project Management and Agle Management (PMI-ACP) or ITIL - service management; which are some of the most widely recognized process improvement and project management certifications in the world. After successfully completing the program and passing the required exams, you will achieve Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification, a CAPM or PMP certification, and an ITIL v4 Foundation certification. COMPUTER SKILLS TRAINING, Additionally student professionals will gain intensive hands-on training and certification in Microsoft Office Professional (Office Cloud-based 365, TEAMS, Advanced Excel Data Analyst and Microsoft Project 2019). Advanced computer skills are indispensable in today's modern digital workplace or working from home. Combination of Education and Course(s) Instructors are professionally certified in all industry recognised certifications. Have verified professional experience in corresponding fields. 5 classrooms, 4 classrooms with individual student access. practice labs & computer testing center
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91.67 25.00 75.00 75.00 13483.35 91.67 25.00 75.00 75.00 13483.35
Business Technology - Service and Account Management Training Concepts 10500.00 Yes
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The Business Technology - Sales & Account Management Program is designed to provide you with the skills and certifications necessary to greatly enhance your Sales, Marketing and Customer service career. The program enables you to become a certified expert on Microsoft business application products, the world's leading business productivity software tools, including Excel, Outlook and Project. It also provides you with applicable account management, sales, customer service, business management and marketing skills. The program is comprised of at least 200 hours of instructor-led or mentored training, including Microsoft Office 365 and professional business management classes. The program includes all necessary certification exam vouchers enabling you to earn your Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certifications and SMEI industry certification. You will also receive certificates for each of your individual classes, as well as a Business Certified Service Management (BCM) program certificate upon successful completion. Combination of Education and Course(s) Instructors are professionally certified in all industry recognised certifications. Have verified professional experience in corresponding fields.
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Cardiovascular Sonography - CE Midlands Technical College 15900.00 Yes
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In echocardiography, students are trained to determine the pathology of the heart; monitor flow patterns; and evaluate heart valves, EKG patterns, and the cardiac cycle. In vascular technology, students are trained to determine arterial and venous pathology in the peripheral, abdominal, and cerebrovascular systems. Students attend didactic lecture courses and scan lab courses for the full 15 months of the program; students attend clinical rotations for 12 months of the program. Students attend clinical rotations across S.C. and train in facilities including inpatient and outpatient facilities, Trauma I hospital systems, cath labs, and vascular surgery centers. The cardiovascular sonographer is a skilled member of the diagnostic health care team. Cardiovascular sonographers work closely with cardiologists, electrophysiologists, and vascular and cardiac surgeons. The sonographer must possess in-depth knowledge of ultrasonographic physics, human anatomy, physiology, and pathology. The sonographer's primary job is direct patient care, which necessitates excellent interpersonal skills. Procedures are performed with real-time B-mode, M-mode, and Doppler instrumentation, utilizing a transducer assembly against the anatomical part of the interest and recording the images with ancillary devices. Noninvasive peripheral vascular studies also utilize blood pressure cuffs, photoplethysmography and other devices for assessing hemodynamic properties. None
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CDL - Truck Driving (WD) Horry-Georgetown Technical College 5875.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
CDL Truck Driver Training Class A with no restrictions training on a manual transmission. Job placement is not guaranteed but demand for drivers is near an all-time high. HS Diploma/GED is not a requirement for licensing. Must be 18 years old. Under 21 years of age may not transport across state lines. Scholarships may apply when available under certain conditions. 5 step DOT drug test must accompany your application along with a copy of your CDL permit, 10-year driving record, scholarship application and Complete DOT physical. DMV requirements must be submitted before registering for a class. Please go to ancoraed.com/hgtc to register for the class and submit the required information. *Please note: The Department of Transportation (DOT) has made changes to CDL requirements and the drive time for any CDL classes. Please disregard any specific hour comments on previously printed materials specifying drive time hours or night driving hours. 16.000 Continuing Education Units. High School Diploma or Equivalent SC Driver Training Certificate
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100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Certified Nursing Assistant - CE Midlands Technical College 1645.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This DHHS-approved course prepares students to sit for the Nurse Aide Competency Exam. Students receive training in basic nursing care through classroom lectures, simulated lab care, and hands-on clinical experience in a long-term care facility. As a nursing assistant, graduates can work in-home care, assisted living and long-term care facilities, rehab centers, and acute care hospitals. MTC offers this pathway to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. Students can start their health care career as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA), helping patients with activities of daily living and other health care needs under the supervision of a nurse. In 1-2 months, the student will be prepared to sit for the Nurse Aide Competency Evaluation Services Exam and begin a career working in a professional health care setting environment and with additional training can pursue a career path towards becoming a Patient Care Technician and a Nurse. CNAs earn a competitive salary, with the opportunity to further their career toward becoming a Patient Care Technician and a Nurse. None
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85.71 60.00 95.83 95.00 6613.70 85.71 60.00 95.83 95.00 6613.70
Certified Nursing Assistant Training Program Professional Development & Training Services, LLC 1678.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
PDTS will provide a basic level of knowledge including theory and competency skills demonstrated for students who will be providing nurse aide services to residents in various healthcare settings. Education will emphasize delivering excellent care, exemplifying professionalism in all that is done, showing respect and dignity to residents while helping them live a high quality of life. None LPN or RN with one year experience in Long term care setting Access to clinical skills lab and classroom equipment available during hours of class and tutoring sessions available upon request. Skills equipment provided to meet requirements of SC DHHS
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90.53 63.75 79.76 83.75 3542.09 95.83 63.75 79.76 83.75 4103.11
Cisco Professional Certification Training Concepts 8000.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The Certified Network Associate Program is designed to provide you with the skills and certifications necessary to accelerate your career in the fields of enterprise level network engineering. This challenging professional program is for career students who already have experience in the Information Technology field and are looking to update and validate their experience with greatly respected and recognized industry credentials. This program includes the CompTIA Network+ certification, Cisco Certified Entry Level Network Technician (CCT), and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certifications. This high-level program will include instructor-led training. The CompTIA Network+ certification is the foundational prerequisite which must be accomplished before entering any Cisco based courses. Additionally, you will earn the Microsoft Cloud business software training in Office 365 including the (MOS) certification. Combination of Education and Course(s) Instructors are professionally certified in all industry recognised certifications. Have verified professional experience in corresponding fields. 5 training rooms. 4 include state of the art computer classrooms. practice computer labs & computer testing center
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CLASS A Automatic Transmission Commercial Driving Academy 6110.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
CDL Class (A) Automatic Transmission training program (160 hours). High School Diploma or Equivalent
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92.59 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 92.59 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Class A CDL Entry Level Driver Training SBL Driving Academy, Inc. 4950.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Program trains persons to safely, legally, and efficiently operate a tractor-trailer. None Licensed by SCDMV. Over 100 years of experience collectively.
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64.77 49.44 87.50 94.38 9770.21 64.77 49.44 87.50 94.38 9770.21
Class A CDL Truck Driver Training SAGE Truck Driving Schools 5205.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This 150-hour program is designed to meet the needs of those students with no prior knowledge or experience in truck driving in order to assist them in preparing for the Class A CDL test and a career as a professional truck driver. Instruction includes classroom and truck lab instruction, job placement assistance, behind the wheel instruction for backing and road driving, and the CDL test. None SCDMV
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90.88 34.07 82.12 80.00 8177.36 88.70 34.07 82.12 80.00 8177.36
Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) License Training 160 Driving Academy 4595.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) License Training to include Classroom, Pre-Trip, Skills and Driving. Classes begin every Monday and can be completed in 4 weeks/160 hours. Students will first become proficient in federal regulations to obtain permit, then begin the pre-trip, yard skills and road training. Once training is completed, they will test at the state level to obtain their CDL. Our experienced instructors are certified & give each student the attention needed to become a successful CDL driver. Graduates will have the opportunity to go to work immediately, in the industry. We work with national and local employers to assist our students in getting jobs at graduation and offer Trucker's Network app to connect CDL drivers with hiring companies. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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83.67 55.00 76.32 60.00 10812.42 83.67 55.00 76.32 60.00 10812.42
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
Commercial Truck Driver Training Roadmaster Drivers School 7746.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The purpose of this program is to produce safe, competent truck drivers. After completion, graduates of the program will be eligible for employment as entry-level, and will require a CDL and additional supervised driving hours before being able to safely operate tractor-trailers as solo drivers. Training is up-to-date with the latest requirements of Federal and local agencies. High School Diploma or Equivalent Age 21 or more; No felony convictions; No crimes of moral turpitude; Valid SC CDL; 3 yrs btw experience with at least 100,000 miles OR Completion of training program for CDL drivers meeting SC requirements; Certified SLED Report; Hold SC CDL Truck Driver Training License. Commercial truck driving is considered a green job.
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0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Comprehensive Welder CE Midlands Technical College 13673.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The Comprehensive Welder Program is the culmination of the individual Stick, MIG/Flux Cored, and TIG Welding certificates and prepares the individual to work for a wide range of companies in the manufacturing and construction fields. This program can be completed in one year when taking a one, three-hour class every nine weeks. There is now an option of a morning, afternoon, and evening track to allow students to have the flexibility for a better balance between work, family, and training. If you have the ability to take more than one class in a day, the full program can be completed in less than a year. Students are required to purchase approximately $600-700 worth of welding gear and small hand tools. Courses taken in this program may be applied toward academic program courses. This will be done on a case-by-case basis. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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COMPTIA SECURE INFRASTRUCTURE SPECIALIST (CSIS) Training Concepts 10500.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Certified Secure Infrastructure Specialist (CSIS) is designed to provide you with the skills and certifications necessary to jump start your career in Information Technology (IT). The program includes five different IT industry standard certifications necessary to give students the baseline knowledge required for every IT position, including CompTIA A+, Network+ and CompTIA Security+. These foundational CompTIA certifications align with IT infrastructure and cybersecurity career paths and lay the groundwork for a successful career in IT, no matter which path you take. High School Diploma or Equivalent Instructors are professionally certified in all industry recognised certifications. Have verified professional experience in corresponding fields. 5 training rooms with 4 classrooms having state of the art computer workstations. practice labs & computer testing center
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92.00 33.33 73.91 66.67 6331.50 92.00 33.33 73.91 66.67 6331.50
Computer Numerical Control (cnc) Operator- CE Midlands Technical College 4544.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
In this on-campus program, you’ll gain all the skills you need to work as a CNC operator at one of the many facilities that rely on CNC Mill and Lathe work for production. Earn your certificate in as little as eight months, then get right to work. What does a CNC operator do? When manufacturing is automated, machine shop tools such as lathes and mills need to be programmed to create parts to the right specifications. That’s where CNC operators and programmers come in. Anything from a part for a kitchen appliance to the engine block for your car was created by a machinist or a CNC operator. CNC machines are used to manufacture components for multiple industries, including: Medical, Aerospace, Automotive, Defense, Oil and gas, electronics. As a certified CNC operator, you can work for fabrication companies or in a manufacturing plant. Among other potential job duties, CNC operators need to be able to: Read blueprints and enter instructions to program machinery, Observe and make necessary adjustments to maintain quality, Maintain equipment, Follow safety regulations. Once you successfully complete your coursework, you’ll be qualified for entry-level work as a CNC operator or programmer. CNC operators are enjoying a strong job market with full-time and part-time employment opportunities. Since high-volume manufacturers typically run their machining centers 24/7, varied working hours are available. Salaries range from $15-$22 per hour. None
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Computer Technician - CE Midlands Technical College 10480.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Computer technicians provide technical assistance to computer users and resolve computer problems for clients in person, via telephone, or electronically. They also may assist in the use of computer hardware and software, including printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating systems. The Computer Technician training program will teach you to answer user inquiries regarding computer software or hardware operation to resolve problems. Learn to read technical manuals, confer with users, and conduct computer diagnostics to investigate and resolve problems or to provide technical assistance or user support. Learn to set up equipment, perform the proper installation of cables, operating systems, and appropriate software. Train for the CompTIA A+, Network+, and Security+* certifications as well as the ITF+ certification. The average computer technician earns more than $23 an hour, and this program can put you on that career path in as little as 2-3 months. Completion of this program puts you in the driver’s seat toward becoming a successful help desk technician, computer support specialist, information technology specialist, or network technician. To earn this certificate, students must successfully complete the following courses within a two-year period. *Additional testing required for certifications. None
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76.92 50.00 46.15 66.67 6887.66 76.92 50.00 46.15 66.67 6887.66
Computer Technology, Programming- Associate Degree Horry-Georgetown Technical College 15643.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The associate degree in Computer Technology - Programming Emphasis prepares students for entry-level positions in a vast number of industries. The Programming emphasis provides skills in a variety of programming languages, such as Visual Basic, Java, PHP, HTML, Mobile Apps, and SQL. Graduates will be equipped to find employment as business-application programmers, database managers, and system analysts. They can also plan, design, and develop programming applications, as well as create and host web applications. These valuable skills enable graduates to work in IT for small businesses, public and private corporations, and in private practice. High School Diploma or Equivalent Required Faculty Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in the teaching discipline with demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline. Preferred Faculty Qualifications:Master degree in discipline and teaching experience.
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60.00 16.67 83.33 66.67 5340.63 60.00 16.67 83.33 66.67 5340.63
Cybersecurity Analyst - CE Midlands Technical College 7985.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Completing the intensive Cybersecurity Analyst program in 3 to 6 weeks will develop and hone your capabilities in network and data protection, penetration testing, and threat analysis. Theft and destruction of intellectual property take place despite the presence of firewalls, encryption, and corporate edicts. Prepare to implement and monitor cyber security on networks, applications, and operating systems, and respond to security breaches, as you also prepare for the Security+ exam. Learn general concepts and methodologies related to penetration testing, and work your way through a simulated pen test for a fictitious company. Through hands-on practice, you will learn how to support network security within an organization and identify security threats and vulnerabilities, respond to and recover from security incidents. This cyber security program will prepare you for the CompTIA Security+, PenTest+ and CySA+ certifications. Obtaining the corresponding industry certifications will show employers you are ready and able to accomplish the tasks required. *Additional testing required for certifications. Combination of Education and Course(s)
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Cybersecurity Specialist Program (IAT L1) Systematech 9105.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
CompTIA A+ certified professionals are proven problem solvers. They support today’s core technologies from security to networking to virtualization and more. CompTIA A+ is the industry standard for launching IT careers into today’s digital world. CompTIA A+ is the only industry recognized credential with performance testing to prove professionals can think on their feet to perform critical IT support tasks. It is trusted by employers around the world to identify the go-to person in end point management & technical support roles. CompTIA A+ appears in more tech support job listings than any other IT credential. The CompTIA A+ Core Series requires candidates to pass two exams: Core 1 (220-1101) and Core 2 (220-1102) covering the following new content, emphasizing the technologies and skills IT pros need to support a hybrid workforce. Increased reliance on SaaS applications for remote work More on troubleshooting and how to remotely diagnose and correct common software, hardware, or connectivity problems. Changing core technologies from cloud virtualization and IoT device security to data management and scripting Multiple operating systems now encountered by technicians on a regular basis, including the major systems, their use cases, and how to keep them running properly Reflects the changing nature of the job role, where many tasks are sent to specialized providers as certified personnel need to assess whether it’s best to fix something on site, or to save time and money by sending proprietary technologies directly to vendors. We follow the DOD 8570 Directive for entry level Cybersecurity Professionals. High School Diploma or Equivalent The student will require a laptop for this course.
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DA-3000 Dental Assistant MedCerts 4000.00 Yes
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Dental Assistants are projected to be among the fastest-growing occupations in the United States through 2026. There is high demand for caring, knowledgeable, and professional individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of patients while pursuing an exciting career in healthcare. The DA-3000 Dental Assistant program prepares students to take on significant responsibility as a member of a dental healthcare team. Dental Assistants greatly increase the efficiency of the dentist in delivery of quality oral healthcare. The program covers the wide range of skills and objectives needed to meet industry demands for skilled and well-rounded dental assistants. The Dental Assistant program prepares students to assist dentists and dental hygienists by providing the essential clinical and administrative skills needed in the dental setting. This program covers subjects such as dental anatomy and morphology, infection control, radiation health safety and radiographic skills, patient education, soft skills, dental materials, and essential chairside functions. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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Database Analyst - CE Midlands Technical College 5487.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Every business has data needs. In a business climate where everything is tracked digitally and as businesses become increasingly agile, the database analyst will find their skill set in high demand. Database analysts are employed across a wide variety of industries as businesses seek out skilled professionals to help them unlock and leverage the full potential of their data assets to allow them to excel. A database analyst has competencies in the creation, management, and usage of databases. This includes data normalization, the creation of relational databases, creating secure identity management solutions for single- and multi-user database environments, proficiency in database software solutions including, but not limited to MS Access, T-SQL, and Oracle. Additional areas of proficiency include data-storage solutions, database troubleshooting, implementing cloud solutions, needs-based data-design goals, the creation of secure input forms, change management in data environments, installing and configuring database server software, organizing and maintaining data sources, leveraging business intelligence to produce real-time reports, data visualizations, trending/forecasting, and dashboards to help businesses use their data to make the most accurate decisions available. Agile Fundamentals is the most widely used Agile Methodology, Scrum, for managing software development projects. Upon completing the Agile Fundamentals course, you will be able to participate on any project team and understand the Agile roles and responsibilities. Many organizations are changing the way software development projects are implemented. Completing the Agile Fundamentals course will increase your opportunities for IT careers in the software development IT arena. This program prepares you to obtain the Microsoft Specialist: Access certification. To earn this certificate, students must successfully complete the following courses within a two-year period. *Additional testing required for certifications. None
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Dental Assisting Village Career Center, LLC 2950.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The Dental Assisting Program prepares students for entry level positions as a chairside assistant in a dental office. The dental assistant training program is a course designed to teach the students the skills and knowledge necessary to assist dentists and hygienists in all chairside procedures. High School Diploma or Equivalent CDA with over 10 years experience.
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Dental Hygiene - Associate Degree Horry-Georgetown Technical College 17526.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene degree prepares students to provide direct patient care in the detection and prevention of oral diseases under the supervision of a dentist, as required by law. The dental hygienist's major role is as an educator and includes designing dental hygiene treatment and education for patients on an individual basis. Graduates of this program will be qualified to evaluate patient medical histories, take and record blood pressure, chart conditions of periodontal disease and decay for diagnosis by the dentist, conduct oral-cancer screening examinations, educate the patient on the latest techniques of oral home care, and perform a thorough cleaning of the patients' teeth. A dental hygienist is also qualified to apply sealants and fluoride for the prevention of decay, to expose and develop radiographs, and to provide nutritional counseling for dental patients. High School Diploma or Equivalent Required Faculty Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in discipline and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline. Preferred Faculty Qualifications: Master's degree in discipline. Teaching experience.
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Desktop and Server Administrator - CE Midlands Technical College 18465.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Desktop and server administrators maintain network hardware and software, monitor networks to ensure availability to all users, and perform necessary maintenance to support network availability. They plan, coordinate, and implement network security measures in data centers and with cloud-based services. The Desktop and Server Administrator program will teach you how to support cloud computing within an organization and how to automate secure cloud environments that support the high availability of business systems and data. Learn server hardware, installation, and management for Windows and Linux environments. Learn to identify security threats and vulnerabilities and how to respond to and recover from security incidents. 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. To earn this certificate, students must successfully complete the following courses within a two-year period. *Additional testing required for certifications. None
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EKG Technician - CE Midlands Technical College 2944.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Working in doctor’s offices, clinics, or hospitals, EKG technicians administer tests to record and analyze electrical impulses transmitted by the heart. Topics covered in our classes include anatomy and physiology of the heart, mechanics of the EKG machine, stress testing, and Holter monitoring. The EKG Technician certificate can be combined with Certified Nursing Assistant and the Phlebotomy Technician programs to complete the Patient Care Technician program. Upon completion of this program, students will be eligible to take a nationally recognized certification exam. Students will rotate through hospitals, medical and diagnostic laboratories, and clinics in the MTC service area for practical experience in ECG and cardiac monitoring. Students will be required to comply with regulations required by off-campus clinical sites, which include a background check, drug screening, provide proof of required immunizations. Successful completion of Medical Terminology with a C or better is a prerequisite of the EKG Technician course. Medical Terminology is a prerequisite of this program. None
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50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
ELECTRICAL – Level 1 Second Chance Job Center 5700.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Second Chance Job Center, LLC will be teaching ELECTRICAL – Level 1.SCJC is a post-secondary institution licensed and approved by the Commission on Higher Education (CHE). SCJC has also been an approved training provider for SC DEW since 2018. SCJC Programs prepare students (including at risk and under-served populations such as youth, veterans, reentering citizens and displaced workers) with the skills and experience needed for a successful career in the building / construction industry through mentoring, vocational skills training, job and career placement services. SCJC's curriculum combines performance based learning in the building trades with academic skills training that includes life skills, career development, and paid on the job training. Standards: Standards reflect the building industry’s skill requirements for entry, semi-skilled and skilled levels of job proficiency in the construction trades. They provide a basis for the certification and training of construction workers and give employers objective benchmarks to select employees and evaluate training needs. The standards are available for: BCT (Building Construction Technology), Carpentry, Electrical, Landscaping, Masonry, Painting, Plumbing, Weatherization and Welding. High School Diploma or Equivalent Instructors / Coaches teaching SCJC’s academic and vocational training programs are credentialed by SCJC and must possess journey-level skills in the trades (usually 5 years of experience), a passion for the industry and a commitment to sharing their craft. Students will be trained to use basic and advanced BUILDING / CONSTRUCTION hand and power tools for their chose trade.
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Electrical Lineman Tri-County Technical College 4995.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Tri-County Technical College has partnered with Duke Energy Power in South Carolina to offer a comprehensive training program that will prepare candidates for entry-level line work positions. The Electrical Lineman Technician Program prepares the student to enter the electric utility industry as an apprentice with a broad understanding of the skills, knowledge, safe work practices and physical ability required to perform line work. Students will also have the opportunity to earn NCCER Core Level I, courses out of level 2 and 3 to meet the requirements of the National Industry. TCTC also offers CDL Training and 3rd party testing which allows the students leaving with licenses upon successful completion of the test; the CDL School will be offered to the linemen students before or after completion of Linemen School. Students receive classroom and field training in math, electrical circuit analysis, power systems, and transformer theory, as well as safety and climbing techniques. The student must be 18 years of age and hold a valid driver’s license. Industries will require employees to pass a background check as well as alcohol and drug screening. Students will be required to purchase appropriate safety items and tools. Prerequisite is the Basic Construction Skills course, which is taught the first 2 weeks of class. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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Electrocardiogram technician Pee Dee Medical Training Center of LC, LLC 1049.00 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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Emergency Medical Technician Pee Dee Regional EMS, Inc 1800.00 No
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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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Emergency Medical Technician - CE Midlands Technical College 3595.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
At MTC, we offer a 224-hour course to train you to provide out-of-hospital emergency medical care and transportation for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical services (EMS) system. Upon successful completion, students will be eligible to take the National Registry EMT exam and the South Carolina EMT Psychomotor exam. Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) have the basic knowledge and skills necessary to stabilize and safely transport patients ranging from non-emergency and routine medical transports to life-threatening emergencies. EMTs function as part of a comprehensive EMS response system, under medical oversight. They perform interventions with basic equipment typically found on an ambulance. EMTs are a critical link between the scene of an emergency and the health care system. A great demand exists for EMTs in today’s workforce with a competitive entry level salary and ample advancement opportunities. Although the majority of EMTs function on an ambulance, there are also opportunities to utilize this training in areas such as hospitals, fire departments, industrial plants, and clinics. We have flexible course offerings to suit most students' scheduling needs; courses can be as short as 12 weeks or as long as 6 months. Prerequisites are a high school diploma or GED, and Accuplacer testing (individuals with at least an associate degree OR have previously been a National Registry EMT are exempt from pre-screening). Applicants must be physically able to perform all the tasks required of an EMT. Mandatory uniform policy is black khaki pants, black polo shirt, black shoes, and black belt. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) for Hazardous Materials - CE Midlands Technical College 195.00 No
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Truck drivers with their CDLs are in-demand in the trucking industry, and being able to transport hazardous materials is a specialized driver credential that can result in more opportunities and higher driver pay. This course was created in collaboration with an approved training provider listed on Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)'s Training Provider Registry (TPR). This CDL hazmat test course is designed for commercial motor vehicle drivers seeking a hazardous materials (H) endorsement to their Commercial Driver's License (CDL). The hazmat endorsement is required to become a hazmat driver so that you can haul certain types of specialized freight and open new career opportunities as a driver. If you seek an endorsement such as this, you must complete this curriculum to take the state-administered knowledge test for the H endorsement. The hazmat theory course must be completed to take the state Hazmat Endorsement Knowledge Exam, which is usually administered at the state motor vehicle office. Upon completion of this hazmat endorsement training course, our system will automatically upload your ELDT records to the U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) TPR, and you can take your state's hazmat knowledge test. Students who successfully take the knowledge test can be issued the H endorsement. Note: There are no refunds or transfers for this course. This course is excluded from ed2go standard refund and transfer policies. Once access to the course is provided, no refunds or transfers will be allowed. Online hazardous materials endorsement training is NOT valid in the State of Washington (WA). What you will learn: Understanding the regulation of the transport or hazardous materials, Driver duties for the transport of hazmat, including emergency response in the event of a release, Packaging, loading and permitting required for hazmat transport, Driver obligations related to safe hazmat vehicle operation, such as vehicle inspections, fueling and passengers. How you will benefit: Satisfies ELDT requirements for obtaining the hazmat (H) CDL endorsement, Prepares the student to take their state administered hazmat knowledge test, Enables the driver to haul specialized hazmat freight upon issuance of the endorsement. Enrolled students are invited to attend our exclusive annual virtual National Apprenticeship Week events, featuring live webinars, workshops, and employer interactions. Details: Additionally, once enrolled in an ELDT course, you will receive access to the following free and optional CDL Permit Prep courses: CDL Permit Prep: Air Brakes, CDL Permit Prep: Combination Vehicles, CDL Permit Prep: Hazardous Materials, CDL Permit Preps: Doubles & Triples, CDL Permit Prep: Tankers, CDL Permit Prep. General Knowledge: The prep courses for the required CDL written exams taken through your local DMV are based on the CDL Class chosen and your state's requirements. Each state has different requirements for the CDL Class A, B, or Hazardous Materials, so obtaining the manual for your specific area is recommended. These can be found online, or a book may be picked up at your local DMV. Syllabus: Basic Introductory HM Requirements, Operational HM Requirements, Reporting HM Crashes and Releases, Tunnels and Railroad (RR)-Highway Grade Crossing Requirements, Loading and Unloading HM, HM on Passenger Vehicles, Bulk Packages, Operating Emergency Equipment, Emergency Response Procedures, Engine and Fueling, Tire Check, Routes and Route Planning, Hazardous Materials Safety Permits (HMSP). Hardware Requirements: This course can be taken on either a PC, Mac, or Chromebook. Software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins. Instructional Material Requirements: The instructional materials required for this course are included in enrollment and will be available online. Certification Requirements: Hazardous materials (H) endorsement knowledge requirement: Completion of a hazmat course, which is accepted by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Training Provider Registry (TPR). None
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Entry-Level Plumber - CE Midlands Technical College 4145.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
In 5-6 months, students will gain the skills of a beginner plumber who can help plumbers install, maintain, and repair plumbing systems. MTC's plumbing certificate program was designed in cooperation with local residential and commercial plumbers to ensure the training meets current industry needs. In South Carolina, you need two years of hands-on work experience, as well as a passing score on the appropriate exam, before you can apply for your journeyman's plumbing license. MTC offers hands-on and classroom learning to cover all the basic skills you will need to pursue a career in plumbing, paving the path for you to eventually get your plumbing license. None
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FRONT OFFICE MEDICAL ASSISTANT Pee Dee Medical Training Center of LC, LLC 725.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This course will prepare students to perform routine administrative duties in the medical offices and clinics. Students will be instructed on proper telephone procedures, how to greet patients, updates, file medical records, fill out insurance forms, and handle correspondence. Other topics will include scheduling appointments, arranging hospital admissions, and laboratory services. Various office equipment will be covered. This course will cover an extensive list of common medical terminology. Students will learn how to interpret the medical language and related to the medical field. This course will also include HIPAA regulations. The medical front office skills packet uses simulated computerized real life office tasks which will also include various forms currently in physician offices. Upon completion of this course the student will receive a certificate of completion. High School Diploma or Equivalent Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, or Certified Medical Assistant
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Front-End Web Developer - CE Midlands Technical College 5493.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
In four to five months, you can be working for a company creating websites and web-enabled software systems as a front-end web developer. Earn over $38 an hour on average, using a variety of programming languages to create the environment for everything that web users see and touch. If you are detail-oriented and good with a keyboard, you can train for this creative career as a web developer for companies of every size and industry. Learn to design and support an organization’s website using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and source control with Git. Agile Fundamentals is the most widely used Agile Methodology, SCRUM, for managing software development projects. Upon completing the Agile Fundamentals course, you will be to participate on any project team and understand the Agile roles and responsibilities. Many organizations are changing the way software development projects are implemented. Completing the Agile Fundamentals course will increase your opportunities for IT careers in the software development IT arena. To earn this certificate, students must successfully complete the following courses within a two-year period. None
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Full Stack Web Developer CE Midlands Technical College 8492.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
In five to six months, you can be working for a company creating websites and web-enabled software systems as a full stack web developer. Earn over $38 an hour on average, using a variety of programming languages to create the environment for everything that web users see and touch. If you are detail-oriented and good with a keyboard, you can train for this creative career as a web developer for companies of every size and industry. Full-stack developers have a wide variety of coding expertise. On the front-end, the full-stack web developer uses a combination of HTML, CSS3, and JavaScript to build everything a user sees and interacts with on a website. On the back-end, they develop the application server and database that make up the foundational structure of a website . Learn to design and support an organization’s website using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and source control with Git. Agile Fundamentals is the most widely used Agile Methodology, SCRUM, for managing software development projects. Upon completing the Agile Fundamentals course, you will be to participate on any project team and understand the Agile roles and responsibilities. Many organizations are changing the way software development projects are implemented. Completing the Agile Fundamentals course will increase your opportunities for IT careers in the software development IT arena. To earn this certificate, students must successfully complete the following courses within a two-year period. None
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80.00 25.00 60.00 75.00 10258.74 40.00 25.00 60.00 75.00 5520.00
General Sonography- CE Midlands Technical College 15900.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This specialty certificate trains students to become skilled dual board-registered abdominal and OB/GYN diagnostic medical sonographers. Dual registries can provide more job opportunities to graduates, and a higher pay rate. Students receive training in abdominal, OBGYN, high-risk OB, and vascular ultrasound. Students will learn to perform a variety of exams which include abdominal, pelvic, neurology, gynecological and obstetrical ultrasounds, and venous and arterial ultrasounds. Students attend didactic lecture courses and scan lab courses for the full 15 months of the program; they attend classes and clinical rotations together for 12 months of the program. Students attend clinical rotations across S.C. and train in facilities including inpatient and outpatient facilities, Trauma I hospital systems, outreach hospitals and offices, high-risk OB offices, maternal fetal medicine offices, and vascular offices. The diagnostic medical sonographer is a skilled member of the imaging health care team. The sonographer must possess in-depth knowledge of ultrasonographic physics, human anatomy, physiology, and pathology. The sonographer's primary job is direct patient care, which necessitates excellent interpersonal skills. As there are several specialties within the realm of ultrasound, our graduates are able to work in a variety of settings after graduation because of the diverse training provided. Procedures are performed with real-time B-mode, M-mode, and Doppler instrumentation, utilizing a transducer assembly against the anatomical part of the interest and recording the images with ancillary devices. This is a 15-month program. There is one program start date each year, which is in June, and the program is completed the following year in September. All courses in the curriculum must be passed with a grade of “C” or higher in order to proceed to the next Session. Combination of Education and Course(s)
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Hazardous Materials Endorsement Training SBL Driving Academy, Inc. 250.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Online Entry Level Driver Training Hazardous Materials Endorsement Course. None
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Hazmat Commercial Driving Academy 175.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Hazmat Endorsement Class (16 hours) High School Diploma or Equivalent
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Health Care Specialist Program LaTrice D. Ferguson Healthcare Institute 3045.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Healthcare Specialist students are required to obtain their CNA Certification, Medication Technician, and Basic Phlebotomy Certificates of Completion to excel in this program. Students will learn the basics of being a Nursing Assistant and are also prepared to administer medications in state-approved teaching hospitals, disability homes, prisons, and assisted living facilities. Students also gain the knowledge and skill set to safely perform venous & capillary blood draws. The topics included in the program of study are patient care, safety, professional responsibilities, infection control, phlebotomy, and medication administration and monitoring. A student must be 17 years of age prior to enrollment and must have completed at least the 8th-grade course of study and be able to provide an official transcript confirming the last year of completion. A high school diploma/GED is preferred. None Supervision of a Register Nurse and LPN must have a minimum of 1-year experience in LTC.
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Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning - HVAC Denmark Technical College 5000.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The HVAC Technician is involved with the installation, maintenance, and possible design of heating, ventilation and air conditioning units or systems. High School Diploma or Equivalent NCCER Certification, Chief crew level
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Heavy Equipment Operator - Comprehensive - CE Midlands Technical College 4995.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This 300 hour program focuses training on the Backhoe Loader, Dozer, Motor Grader, Front End Loader, and Excavator. These are the five pieces of heavy equipment most used by companies and local governments on various new construction projects as well as existing infrastructure. Utilizing immersive simulators, this training allows the individual to learn how to perform a safety and maintenance walk-around of the equipment, gain understanding and confidence of the machine controls, and how to perform basic tasks properly and safely. The use of state-of-the-art simulators and curriculum allows the individual to understand the capabilities and limitations of each piece of equipment without risk of damaging actual pieces of machinery as well as eliminating fuel consumption and reducing maintenance costs of actual heavy equipment. Additionally, the use of simulators allows actual equipment to stay working on the job site while individuals are training. None
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Heavy Equipment Operator - Construction - CE Midlands Technical College 2997.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This 120 hour program focuses training on the Dozer and Excavator. These are two pieces of heavy equipment most used by companies and local governments on various new construction projects as well as existing infrastructure. Utilizing immersive simulators, this training allows the individual to learn how to perform a safety and maintenance walk-around of the equipment, gain understanding and confidence of the machine controls, and how to perform basic tasks properly and safely. The use of state-of-the-art simulators and curriculum allows the individual to understand the capabilities and limitations of each piece of equipment without risk of damaging actual pieces of machinery as well as eliminating fuel consumption and reducing maintenance costs of actual heavy equipment. Additionally, the use of simulators allows actual equipment to stay working on the job site while individuals are training. None
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Heavy Equipment Operator - Transportation and Public Works - CE Midlands Technical College 1998.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This 120 hour program focuses training on the Backhoe Loader and Motor Grader. These are the two pieces of heavy equipment most used by municipalities and transportation departments in conducting maintenance on existing transportation, utility, and public works infrastructure. Utilizing immersive simulators, this training allows the individual to learn how to perform a safety and maintenance walk-around of the equipment, gain understanding and confidence of the machine controls, and how to perform basic tasks properly and safely. The use of state-of-the-art simulators and curriculum allows the individual to understand the capabilities and limitations of each piece of equipment without risk of damaging actual pieces of machinery as well as eliminating fuel consumption and reducing maintenance costs of actual heavy equipment. Additionally, the use of simulators allows actual equipment to stay working on the job site while individuals are training. None
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Heavy Equipment Operator- HEO Safety Compliance Solutions, LLC 7000.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
LEVEL 1 Curriculum Notes, 172.5 Hours. Orientation to the Trade (5 Hours) Provides an overview of heavy equipment terminology, operations, operator responsibilities, career opportunities, and basic principles of safety. Heavy Equipment Safety (10 Hours) Provides a comprehensive overview of safety requirements on job sites with an emphasis on OSHA, MSHA, and NIOSH requirements. Presents basic requirements for personal protection, safe equipment operations and maintenance, and HAZCOM. Identification of Heavy Equipment (5 Hours) Instructs trainees in the care and use of the different types of hand and power tools they will use on the job. Gives trainees the information they need to select the appropriate tools for different tasks, and reviews tool maintenance and safety issues. Basic Operational Techniques (27.5 Hours) Covers prestart checks of a machine’s hardware (frame, body panels, tires or tracks, and safety equipment), driveline components, hydraulic system components, electrical components, and controls. Reviews machine safety issues. Explains how to safely start, move, steer, stop, and shut down different types of machines. Utility Tractors (17.5 Hours) Covers operation of general utility tractors in the construction industry. Describes duties and responsibilities of the operator, safety rules for operation, the attachment of implements, and basic preventive maintenance practices. Introduction to Earthmoving (12.5 Hours) Provides a broad introduction to the process of planning and executing earthmoving activities on various types of construction projects. The use of heavy equipment such as bulldozers, scrapers, excavators, and loaders is explained. Grades (15 Hours) Introduces the concept of preparing graded surfaces using heavy equipment. Covers identification of construction stakes and interpretation of marks on each type of stake. Describes the process for grading slopes. Vertical-Mast Sit-Down Counterbalance Forklifts (7.5 Hours) Covers operation of vertical-mast Sit-Down Counterbalance (SDCB) forklifts, commonly known as conventional forklifts. Describes duties and responsibilities of the operator, safety rules for operation, and distinguishing features. Includes operation for both indoor and outdoor environments. LEVEL 2 Curriculum Notes • 167.5 Hours • Rough Terrain Forklifts (22.5 Hours) Covers the uses of forklifts on construction sites. Includes instructions for lifting, transporting, and placing various types of loads, as well as safety, operation, and maintenance procedures. On-Road Dump Trucks (20 Hours) Covers uses, inspection, startup, shutdown, operator maintenance, and operation of dump trucks used to carry loads on public highways. Includes operation of dump trucks in normal and emergency situations. Excavation Math (17.5 Hours) Covers basic math skills required for site excavation work. Includes methods and practice in calculating the areas and volumes of various geometric shapes, as well as formulas and methods used to calculate cut and fill requirements on a job. Interpreting Civil Drawings (20 Hours) Explains how to read site plans to calculate cut and fill requirements. Provides instruction and practice in interpreting both roadway and construction site drawings used for excavation and grading work. Site Work (20 Hours) Expands on information covered in Level 1 in relation to setting and interpreting grade stakes. Also provides information and instructions on controlling surface water and ground water on a job site, as well as the layout of foundations and laying of pipe. Soils (10 Hours) Describes soil classification systems and explains how shrink and swell factors affect equipment selection. Discusses how soil conditions affect equipment performance and explains techniques for working with various types of soils. Skid Steers (22.5 Hours) Describes the many uses of skid steers and the attachments available for these machines. Covers safety practices, as well as inspection, startup, shutdown, and operation of skid steers. Loaders (17.5 Hours) Covers the uses of wheel and track loaders, as well as operator maintenance, loader safety, and operating procedures. Includes procedures for using loaders in excavation, grading, and demolition work. Scrapers (17.5 Hours) Describes the types of scrapers used in site preparation, as well as the safe practices associated with the operation of scrapers. Covers operator inspection and maintenance requirements, along with startup, shutdown, and operating techniques LEVEL 3 Curriculum Notes ,215 Hours, Heavy Equipment Operations Level 3 Compaction Equipment (25 Hours) Provides training on common types of compaction equipment; the primary instruments, controls, and attachments of a roller; safety guidelines associated with compaction equipment; and prestart inspections, preventive maintenance, and proper operating procedures. Presents factors involved in work activities associated with a roller. Backhoes (30 Hours) Identifies and describes the common uses, types, components, instruments, controls, and attachments of backhoes. Presents safety guidelines, prestart inspection procedures, and preventive maintenance requirements. Describes basic startup and operation, and covers common work activities associated with backhoes. Off-Road Dump Trucks (30 Hours) Identifies and describes the common types, uses, and components of off-road dump trucks. Presents safety guidelines, prestart inspection procedures, and preventive maintenance requirements. Covers basic startup, driving maneuvers, loading, and dumping procedures for off-road dump trucks. Dozers (30 Hours) Identifies and describes the common uses, types, and components of dozers. Presents safety guidelines, prestart inspection procedures, and preventive maintenance requirements. Describes basic startup and operation, and covers common work activities associated with dozers. Excavators (35 Hours) Identifies and describes the common types, uses, and components of excavators. Presents safety guidelines, prestart inspection procedures, and preventive maintenance requirements. Describes basic startup and operation, and covers common work activities associated with excavators. Motor Graders (40 Hours) Identifies and describes the common uses and types of motor graders. Presents safety guidelines, prestart inspection procedures, and preventive maintenance requirements. Describes basic startup and operation, and covers common work activities associated with motor graders. Finishing and Grading (25 Hours) Provides training on common types of equipment and instruments used for finish grading; materials and methods used to stabilize soils and control soil erosion; and finishing and grading methods used for various applications. Total: 555 Hours. Course(s) Master Trainer or Journeyman Level
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Heavy Equipment Operator: NCCER Level 1 plus Skid Steer, Loader, Excavator, Compaction Roller Tri-County Technical College 4895.00 No
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Provides classroom and hands-on training in heavy equipment applications, attachments, operating controls, preventive maintenance requirements, and basic operating techniques through a combination of classroom and hands-on training. Includes all NCCER Core Curriculum modules (required for all NCCER certifications), all NCCER Heavy Equipment Operations Level 1 modules, and individual NCCER HEO modules for Backhoes and Loaders, Skid Steer, Excavator, and Compaction Roller. Course cost includes all books and materials. The first two weeks of class will be NCCER Core Safety and OSHA 10. Prerequisite is a score of Bronze or higher in Workkeys testing. High School Diploma or Equivalent NCCER Certified All equipment is available for the training (PPE, utility tractor, backhoe, wheel loader, and surveying level).
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HI-1000 Medical Front Office Assistant and Administration Specialist MedCerts 4000.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program covers topics like medical office procedures, MS Office basics, human anatomy and medical terminology, insurance billing and coding essentials and professionalism in allied health. The objectives are to discuss patient scheduling and related tasks, intake procedures, revenue cycle and the process of medical billing in order to submit claims forms, to ensure HIPAA, OSHA, and CMS compliance as applicable to protected health information, safety, claim submission, and fraud prevention. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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75.00 9.09 100.00 90.91 5210.76 75.00 9.09 100.00 90.91 5210.76
HI-1100 Medical Billing Specialist MedCerts 2000.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The HI-1100 Medical Billing Specialist program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully pursue a career in the healthcare industry, with a specific focus on Medical Billing support. Additionally, students will be well-prepared to take nationally recognized certification exams like the Medical Coder & Biller certification (MCBC) exam, administered by the American Medical Certification Association (AMCA). This online training program provides training in areas including Human Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, and Insurance Billing and Coding Essentials. Upon completion of the program, students will be taught the knowledge required to achieve certification leading to a new career in a variety of health care field related to medical billing and insurance reimbursement. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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HI-5000: Medical Coding and Billing Professional MedCerts 4000.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The HI-5000 Medical Coding and Billing Professional program covers foundational, intermediate, and professional-level topics to allow graduates a clear pathway towards a rewarding career in billing and coding, primarily in a physician office-based environment. This program provides training in areas including Human Anatomy, Medical Terminology, Insurance Billing and Coding Essentials, and Medical Coding. The primary objective of this program is to give students the tools needed to successfully pass the MCBC examination. Once MCBC-certified, graduates are eligible for the optional CPC or CCS-P certifications, both of which are valuable for medical coding in a physician office setting. Those who pass the CPC examination earn the CPC-A credential. When the CPC-A (apprentice) is combined with one (1) year of practical coding experience, the individual earns the full CPC designation. Medical Coders holding professional-level certifications are an important part of the medical practices and may earn 20% more than non-certified coders. High School Diploma or Equivalent Computer with internet access
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HVAC – Level 1 Second Chance Job Center 5700.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Second Chance Job Center, LLC will be teaching HVAC – Level 1. SCJC is a post-secondary institution licensed and approved by the Commission on Higher Education (CHE). SCJC has also been an approved training provider for SC DEW since 2018. SCJC Programs prepare students (including at risk and under-served populations such as youth, veterans, reentering citizens and displaced workers) with the skills and experience needed for a successful career in the building / construction industry through mentoring, vocational skills training, job and career placement services. SCJC's curriculum combines performance based learning in the building trades with academic skills training that includes life skills, career development, and paid on the job training. Standards: Standards reflect the building industry’s skill requirements for entry, semi-skilled and skilled levels of job proficiency in the construction trades. They provide a basis for the certification and training of construction workers and give employers objective benchmarks to select employees and evaluate training needs. The standards are available for: BCT (Building Construction Technology), Carpentry, Electrical, Landscaping, Masonry, Painting, Plumbing, Weatherization and Welding. High School Diploma or Equivalent Instructors / Coaches teaching SCJC’s academic and vocational training programs are credentialed by SCJC and must possess journey-level skills in the trades (usually 5 years of experience), a passion for the industry and a commitment to sharing their craft. Students will be trained to use basic and advanced BUILDING / CONSTRUCTION hand and power tools for their chose trade.
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HVAC Entry Level Technician - CE Midlands Technical College 5633.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program is designed to provide the student with basic knowledge of the refrigeration cycle, electrical operation, heat pump operation, and air flow design. These classes prepare the student for entry level work with residential and commercial HVAC contractors. EPA 608 Certification test preparation and exam is included in program. Classes meet three nights a week from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Electrical circuits for an HVAC system covers the operation of the unit as well as troubleshooting as they relate to the electrical components of the system. The refrigeration cycle for an HVAC system covers the major components of the system, the operation, and troubleshooting of the refrigeration cycle. Heat Pump Operations and Diagnostics covers the function of a heat pump, its refrigeration cycle, and electrical component operation. Working knowledge of basic HVAC is recommended for this course or prior completion of The HVAC Electrical and Refrigeration courses. Air Flow Design, Measurement and Diagnostics covers the airflow, duct design, and diagnostics of an air conditioning system. After completion of this course, a student should have a basic understanding of how to measure airflow, design ductwork, and diagnose common airflow problems with air conditioning. Approximately $900 in tools are required for the entire program. A tool list will be given to students on the first day of class. None
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Industrial Electrical Maintenance Technician - CE Midlands Technical College 9988.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to begin an exciting career in the high-demand field of Electrical Industrial Maintenance. Industrial Electrical Maintenance Technicians are in high demand throughout business and industry. The opportunities for Industrial Electrical Maintenance Technicians are growing rapidly with the resurgence of manufacturing throughout the United States. If you enjoy working with your hands and love a challenge and are interested in becoming a key player in keeping America's industrial facilities operational this may be the career field for you. Get the skills manufacturing companies and mechanical contractors are looking for as an Industrial Electrical Maintenance Technician. With your MTC certificate and fundamental knowledge of electrical theory, you can earn about $20 an hour to start with and more earning potential as you advance. Electricians in large factories do maintenance work such as repairing motors, transformers, generators, and electronic controllers on machine tools and industrial robots. They may also advise as to whether the continued operation of certain equipment could be hazardous. When working with complex electronic devices, they may consult with engineers, engineering technicians, line installers and repairers, or industrial machinery mechanics and maintenance workers. In this program, you’ll learn about general electrical safety, variable frequency drives, programmable logic controllers, industrial sensor technology and how to read blueprints along with electrical fundamentals and troubleshooting. None
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Industrial Mechanical Maintenance Technician - CE Midlands Technical College 12156.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Completing the Industrial Mechanical Maintenance Technician Training Certificate provides students with the entry-level skills needed to earn $20 an hour as a mechanical maintenance technician. Manufacturing companies and mechanical contractors are looking to fill important, high-demand positions in industrial maintenance. The program takes just 11 months. After completing this training program, students will have the capability to understand the operation of systems within the machinery and equipment in an industrial environment and to keep the equipment and process running smoothly. This maintenance training program teaches students how to use new skills in print reading and non-destructive testing to troubleshoot, diagnose and repair equipment problems. None
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Information Technology (IT) Security Professional Training Concepts 10500.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The IT Professional – Information Systems Security Professional is a program designed to provide an IT professional with 2+ years experience with the skills and industry certifications necessary to accelerate a career in Information Technology for Cybersecurity/IT Security. This program includes the CompTIA Security+ certification, the EC-Council Certified Network Defender (CND) and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). Electives: CISSP, CASP+, CySA+ & CISM as substitutes with requirements. Initially, the CompTIA foundational certification will be accomplished. The program is designed to provide you with the IT skills and certifications necessary for a successful career administering, managing, security, and troubleshooting complex computer network environments. The Security+, CND, and CEH Certifications are all on the DoD 8570 directive. Also certification in Microsoft Office cloud business productivity software, MOS - Microsoft OFFICE 365. Combination of Education and Course(s) Instructors are professionally certified in all industry recognized certifications. Have verified professional experience in corresponding fields. 5 classrooms of state of the art computer classrooms. 2 practice/presentation rooms & onsite computer testing and proctoring.
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IT Support Specialist Training (IAT L1) Systematech 9105.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Course Outcomes. This course and the IT Fundamentals+ certification are designed as the starting point for a career in IT support. Obtaining ITF+ certification will show that you have the aptitude to pursue a professional-level certification. Completing this course will also help you acquire the knowledge and skills to set up and use a computer at home securely and keep it in good working order and to provide informal support for PCs and simple computer networks to your colleagues in a small business. On course completion, you will be able to: Set up a computer workstation and use basic software applications. Explain the functions and types of devices used within a computer system. Apply basic computer maintenance and support principles. Describe some principles of software and database development. Configure computers and mobile devices to connect to home networks and to the Internet. Identify security issues affecting the use of computers and networks. None The student will require laptop for training course
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Lean Six Sigma - Black Belt - Certificate - CE Midlands Technical College 3995.00 No
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Learn the additional tools and methods used by Six Sigma Black Belts to successfully tackle large, complex projects. The course material is designed specifically to build upon the MTC Six Sigma Green Belt Fast Track materials to ensure a highly effective learning process. The key focus is on providing certified Green Belts with more advanced tools to be used as part of the Six Sigma DMAIC process. Participants are required to select and complete a project to receive Black Belt certification. This course is applicable to both manufacturing and service organizations. Course(s)
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Lean Six Sigma - Green Belt - Certificate - CE Midlands Technical College 3995.00 No
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Gain the knowledge to lead Lean Six Sigma teams. Focus is on providing a comprehensive understanding of how to use the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC project methodology to eliminate waste and implement data driven process improvements. Concepts are emphasized by the extensive use of workshops and exercises. Upon successful completion participants will be able to support Black Belts on project teams or lead Six Sigma projects that do not require Black Belt level tools. Green Belts have the option of undertaking a Six Sigma Project as part of their course work. None
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Level Up Healthcare Academy Nurse Aide Training Program Level Up Healthcare Academy 1700.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Six week Nurse Aide Training program. Offering morning and evening hybrid virtual and in-person 60 hours classroom with skills lab and 40 hours clinical practicum with clinical affiliate partners. Total 100 hours as required by the state. Tuition and fees cover books, CPR certification, uniform scrubs, use of Chromebook, SLED check, TB and Drug screen, SC CNA State Exam and more. Please see website and contact school for more information. None Instructor is a Registered Nurse with a Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree with a Certified Healthcare Simulation Education certificate, a Master of Science in Nursing Education with 30 years of nursing including long-term nursing, and certified AHA CPR Instructor.
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MANUFIRSTSC CE Midlands Technical College 850.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
ManuFirst SC is a state-recognized manufacturing certification designed to provide a foundation for South Carolinians needing entry-level skills for manufacturing employment. Classes will meet Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the MTC Airport Campus. Successful students will receive three certifications: ManuFirst SC OSHA10 MSSC: Safety High School Diploma or Equivalent
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Material Handler & Certified Logistics Associate 4.0 (CLA 4.0) Tri-County Technical College 1599.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The Certified Logistics Associate (CLA 4.0) program provides students with the foundational broad knowledge they will need to understand the world of supply chain and related core competencies. Topics include: the global supply chain, the logistics environment, safety, safe equipment operation, material handling equipment, quality control, workplace communication, teamwork and problem solving and using computers. Also, individuals will take the Forklift Operations & Safety course. Through practice on forklift simulators and on various forklifts (including sit down, stand-up, and varying reach), the Forklift Operations & Safety course will prepare you to be an even greater asset to the logistics industry. High School Diploma or Equivalent Associate Degree and related experience minimum
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Medical Administrative Assistant - CE Midlands Technical College 2393.00 Yes
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In just 8 months, students can train to become a Medical Administrative Assistant. Medical Administrative Assistants perform the non-clinical administrative duties for hospitals, clinics, or physician offices. Duties include staffing, budgeting, customer service, inventories, reports, correspondence, and scheduling appointments. A Medical Administrative Assistant will also manage procedures involving patient admission and records. Completion of this program prepares students to sit for the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) through NHA. None
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Medical Administrative Assisting Village Career Center, LLC 2380.00 Yes
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The Medical Administrative Assistant Program educates students with the theoretical foundation, development of skills such as multitasking as it relates to scheduling appointments, processing insurance requests, maintaining records and corresponding with patients. Develop skills related to the use of best financial practices for a medical center, fundamentals of medical terminology and ethical best practices and understand the basics of working with medical documents, medical billing, and coding processes to prepare them for entry-level positions in the field of Medical Assisting. To support a belief in the innate dignity of the human person and a desire to further the growth potential of the student within the atmosphere of a small institution. The Medical Administrative Assistant Program at Village Career Center prepares the graduate to assume there responsibilities and duties of a Medical Assistant at an entry level. The Medical Assistant is a member of the health care team who works directly with the patient, the physician and under the supervision of the physician in the clinic setting, performing a variety of administrative duties. Village Career Center believes that students should assume personal responsibility for learning, while the faculty provides an environment which will facilitate learning. Upon completion of the academic requirements in the three learning domains (cognitive, psychomotor, and affective) the graduate of the Medical Administrative Assistant will have completed the program objectives and terminal competencies. High School Diploma or Equivalent Registered Medical Assistant with 9 years experience.
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Medical Assisting Trident Technical College 4928.00 Yes
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This course teaches students the clinical and administrative skills necessary to become registered medical assistants. Medical assistant careers include employment in all types of healthcare facilities, including; physician offices, hospitals, clinics, outpatient facilities, urgent care centers, and insurance companies. Hands-on skills remain a high priority, but good character, a strong work ethic, and personal and professional communication skills and behaviors are more important than ever. The material presented during this program will be vital to your success as a Registered Medical Assistant, RMA. High School Diploma or Equivalent Completion of formal training program, 3 yrs.+ experience, Certification The students use syringes, phlebotomy kits, stethoscopes, hospital beds, medical scales, manikins, wheel chairs, etc. Everything is available to students.
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Medical Billing and Coding Denmark Technical College 5000.00 Yes
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A program that prepares individuals to perform specialized data entry, classification, and record-keeping procedures related to medical diagnostic, treatment, billing, and insurance documentation. High School Diploma or Equivalent RN or LPN with 5 years experience
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Medical Coding Specialist - Certificate - CE Midlands Technical College 3393.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program will prepare students to sit for the Certified Coding Specialist exam offered through AHIMA. After you are certified, you'll be eligible for jobs as a Medical Coding Specialist, a career that is in high demand right now in South Carolina. What is a Medical Coding Specialist? All medical facilities, including doctor's offices, hospitals, and labs, need someone to manage insurance claims, invoices, and payments. As a medical billing and coding specialist, you will be a liaison between your employer and the insurance companies of your patients. This type of work is great for detail-oriented people who are very organized. Your work may include: Correctly coding medical services, procedures, diagnoses, and treatment. Updating rejected claims, Preparing and sending invoices, Tracking payments, Calling patients and insurance companies about outstanding bills, Billing and Coding, Defined Billing refers to creating invoices, sending claims to insurance companies, and then billing patients for any leftover balance that the insurance did not cover. Coding means converting a doctor's diagnostic notes into a set of codes for record-tracking and billing purposes. None
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57.14 14.29 90.00 100.00 6291.45 57.14 14.29 90.00 100.00 6291.45
MIG and Flux Cored Welder- CE Midlands Technical College 3958.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program focuses on the Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) and Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) processes. In two, 9-week classes you will learn how to use MIG Spray Transfer to weld in all positions. You will also learn how to properly setup and use an Oxy-Fuel Torch. The MIG and Flux Cored Welder Certificate is a stand alone certificate, but can be combined with the Stick and TIG certificates to earn the Comprehensive Welder Certificate. Students are required to purchase approximately $400-500 worth of welding gear and small hand tools. Courses taken in this program may be applied toward academic program courses. This will be done on a case-by-case basis. None
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100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
MSSC Manufacturing Certified Production Technician 160 HR- CE Midlands Technical College 2499.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
In eight to ten weeks, this program will give you the core technical competencies of entry-level production workers in all sectors of manufacturing. Once you successfully complete all four module assessments - Safety, Quality Practices and Measurement, Manufacturing Processes and Production, and Maintenance Awareness you will be awarded the “MSSC - Certified Production Technician” national certification. You will then be qualified to earn $12 to $18 an hour in an entry-level position in a local manufacturing facility. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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NCCER Core – Introductory to Craft Skills Midlands Technical College 1984.00 Yes
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This foundational course is designed to provide the very basics in the area of construction including basic job site safety information to prepare workers for the construction environment. Key content includes basic safety, the introduction to construction math, the introduction to hand and power tools, construction drawings, basic rigging, basic communication skills, and basic employment skills and materials handling. This program is 80 instructional hours: 20 Weeks , 4 hours per week. None
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Nursing Assistant Village Career Center, LLC 1350.00 Yes
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This course provides an introduction to theory and foundational skills in nursing assisting for the student. Content includes lecture and discussion on the role of the clinical nursing assistant, nursing 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 nursing assisting: Students are required to complete 40 hours of clinical at a site approved by Village Career Center in order to earn a Certificate of Completion. High School Diploma or Equivalent RN with 1yrs of experience long term care experience.
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NURSING ASSISTANT Pee Dee Medical Training Center of LC, LLC 1190.00 Yes
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This course covers the physical comfort and safety functions specific to a nursing assistant. The course includes modules on patient care procedures for geriatric and adult patients, patient rights, infection control, nutrition, physical and social support, legal and ethical considerations, documentation, and privacy. The course is taught to prepare students for the state board exam required to obtain certification from the State of South Carolina. None Registered Nurse wtih at least 1 year experience in long term care with a valid license in the state of South Carolina. Licensed Practical Nurse under the direction of the RN with at least 1 year experience in long term care with a valid license in the state of South Carolina
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Paramedic Pee Dee Regional EMS, Inc 6303.50 Yes
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This is a 1200 hour program of study including classroom, lab, clinical, and field internship in order to learn the skills needed to provide advanced life support to patients. High School Diploma or Equivalent Paramedic instructor
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Paramedic-CE Midlands Technical College 7495.00 Yes
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The paramedic is a healthcare assistant with incredibly important duties. To be successful in the field, the graduate must be a confident leader who can accept the challenge and high degree of responsibility entailed in the position. The paramedic must have excellent judgment and be able to prioritize decisions and act quickly in the best interest of the patient, must be self-disciplined, able to develop patient rapport, interview hostile patients, maintain a safe distance, and recognize and utilize communication unique to diverse multicultural groups and ages within those groups. The paramedic must be able to function independently at an optimum level in a non-structured environment that is constantly changing. To be eligible for this program, students must have a current EMT certification. Students must have also completed an Anatomy and Physiology course within the last five years. If you are not currently an EMT, MTC offers Emergency Medical Technician and Advanced EMT training certificates. For more information, contact MTC Corporate and Continuing Education at 803.732.0432 or cce@midlandstech.edu. Special Note: Successful completion of some classes in this training program, along with meeting college entrance and program requirements, may provide you with exemption credit and/or advanced placement into the Emergency Medical Technology degree program at Midlands Technical College. For further information, contact 803.732.0432. The Midlands Technical College Paramedic Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation for the EMS Professions (CoAEMSP) Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs www.caahep.org. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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Patient Care Technician Denmark Technical College 6470.00 Yes
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A program that prepares individuals under supervision of physicians to provide medical office administrative services and perform clinical duties including patient intake and care, routine diagnostic and recording procedures, pre-examination and examination assistance, and the administration of medications and first aid. High School Diploma or Equivalent RN with 5 years experience
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34.78 25.00 79.31 71.43 4603.90 34.78 25.00 79.31 71.43 4603.90
Patient Care Technician Professional Development & Training Services, LLC 3615.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
With training as a Patient Care Technician, students will be able to work in a variety of healthcare settings such as hospitals, long-term care facilities, home health care agencies, and doctors’ offices. The Patient Care Technician program combines training in Certified Nursing Assistant, EKG Technician, and Phlebotomy Technician courses. Upon completion of this program, students will be eligible to take the Certified Patient Technician/Assistant exam offered through NHA and earn the designation of CPCT/A. High School Diploma or Equivalent Nurse, Medical Assistant or EKG and Phlebotomy technician.
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Patient Care Technician - CE Midlands Technical College 5715.00 Yes
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With training as a Patient Care Technician, also known as a patient aide, graduates will be able to work in a variety of healthcare settings such as hospitals, long-term care facilities, home health care agencies, and doctors’ offices. The Patient Care Technician program combines training in Certified Nursing Assistant, EKG Technician, and Phlebotomy Technician courses. Upon completion of this program, students will be eligible to take the Certified Patient Technician/Assistant exam offered through NHA and earn the designation of CPCT/A. Students will rotate through hospitals, medical and diagnostic laboratories, and clinics in the MTC service area for practical experience in ECG and cardiac monitoring. Students will be required to comply with regulations required by off-campus clinical sites, which include a background check, drug screening, provide proof of required immunizations. Successful completion of Medical Terminology with a C or better is a prerequisite of the EKG Technician course. None
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54.68 37.30 86.57 88.89 5737.38 54.26 37.30 86.57 88.89 5737.38
Personal Trainer - CE Midlands Technical College 942.97 Yes
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During this six-week class, offered on Saturdays, students gain the knowledge and experience to pass the national exam and become certified as a personal trainer. Work with clients one-on-one in gyms, spas, medical facilities, or work for yourself. This nationally accredited program covers both textbook knowledge and hands-on practical training, preparing you to work with clients one-on-one in fitness facilities. Students participate in virtual lectures during the morning portion of the class, which cover topics like biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing, equipment usage, and nutrition. Reading and studying outside of class is imperative for successful class completion and passing the exam. The afternoon portion of the class is held at a local gym and covers practical aspects of being a personal trainer. Prior to obtaining the Personal Trainer Certification, students must pass the national exam given the last week of class. Students are also required to become Adult CPR/AED certified (not included in this class). Textbook required. None
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Pharmacy Technician Pee Dee Medical Training Center of LC, LLC 1491.00 Yes
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This course provides the student with the skills that are important in assisting the pharmacist in the preparation and dispensing of medications. Students will be trained on how to interpret prescription hardcopies, pharmacy calculations, processing a prescription, pharmacy laws, compounding and packaging of medications. This course includes HIPAA, medication ordering process, and inventories. Upon successful completion of this course they will receive a certificate of completion an will provide the information to take the PTCB exam. The student can pay the LLR fee and get a state Registered Pharmacy Technician License. High School Diploma or Equivalent Will be taught by state certified Pharmacy technician or Registered Nurse.
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Pharmacy Technician Village Career Center, LLC 2640.00 Yes
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This course provides an introduction to theory and foundational skills in pharmacy technician for the student. Content includes lecture and discussion on the role of the pharmacy technician, 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 pharmacy technician: Theory and laboratory instruction in assisting the physician/practitioner in pharmacology, providing medications, medication safety, medication education, sterilization and government regulations. Students are required to complete 24 hours of an externship at a site approved by Village Career Center in order to earn a Certificate of Completion. High School Diploma or Equivalent Must have 1 year of experience in a commercial pharmacy setting.
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Phlebotomy Technician - CE Midlands Technical College 1895.00 Yes
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This nine-week certificate program will give you the skills you need to draw blood and prepare specimens. Students who complete this program will be eligible to take a national certification exam to become a phlebotomist. What is a phlebotomist? Phlebotomists draw blood from patients for lab tests and procedures. Phlebotomists are critical members of the care team in medical practices and hospitals throughout South Carolina. Which program is right for you? MTC offers two options for students interested in phlebotomy. The Training Certificate, listed on this page, does not require you to apply to MTC and offers a quicker approach to training, focused solely on phlebotomy skills. The Academic Certificate requires you to apply to MTC and offers a broader base of education including courses on biology, medical ethics, health care software, and anatomical basics. This program is best for people who want to build on their career as a phlebotomist and eventually continue their health care education. Academic programs also allow you to apply for federal financial aid through the FAFSA. Either option will allow you to take the same test to be certified as a phlebotomist and eventually work in a doctor's office or hospital setting. About the Program This program will allow you to earn a certificate in phlebotomy in just 12 weeks. You will then take a national certification test through NHA, which will allow you to have a career in a variety of healthcare settings in SC. You’ll learn to follow universal precautions, tie tourniquets, identify veins, and demonstrate knowledge and use of equipment necessary for drawing blood. Clinicals are not included. What are phlebotomy courses like? Instructional methods will be varied including classroom, lab, online/hybrid, simulation/virtual reality, and clinical rotations, during which students will have comprehensive clinical experiences in medical laboratory specimen collections, transport, storage, and basic test procedures. What happens after I complete the program? Upon completion of this certificate, students will be eligible to take a nationally recognized certification exam. Employment opportunities in South Carolina include positions in hospitals, medical and diagnostic laboratories, blood donor centers, and doctors’ offices. Why choose MTC? MTC partners with medical facilities throughout the Midlands to provide real-world experience that is invaluable for our students. This experience can work to your advantage when it's time to look for jobs after you graduate from the program. In addition, our instructors are experts in the field who will share their lived experience and give you the personal attention you need to be successful. None
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Physical Therapist Assistant - Associate Degree Horry-Georgetown Technical College 14767.00 Yes
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The A.A.S. in Physical Therapist Assistant degree prepares students to implement physical therapy treatment procedures under the supervision of licensed Physical Therapists. As an assistant to a physical therapist, you will help patients recovering from debilitating illness, amputation, surgery, or accident to improve mobility, restore physical function, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities. High School Diploma or Equivalent Required Faculty Qualifications: Bachelors’s degree in discipline and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline. Must be a licensed Physical Therapist. Preferred Faculty Qualifications: Master's degree in discipline
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PLUMBING – Level 1 Second Chance Job Center 5700.00 Yes
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Second Chance Job Center, LLC will be teaching PLUMBING – Level 1. SCJC is a post-secondary institution licensed and approved by the Commission on Higher Education (CHE). SCJC has also been an approved training provider for SC DEW since 2018. SCJC Programs prepare students (including at risk and under-served populations such as youth, veterans, reentering citizens and displaced workers) with the skills and experience needed for a successful career in the building / construction industry through mentoring, vocational skills training, job and career placement services. SCJC's curriculum combines performance based learning in the building trades with academic skills training that includes life skills, career development, and paid on the job training. Standards: Standards reflect the building industry’s skill requirements for entry, semi-skilled and skilled levels of job proficiency in the construction trades. They provide a basis for the certification and training of construction workers and give employers objective benchmarks to select employees and evaluate training needs. The standards are available for: BCT (Building Construction Technology), Carpentry, Electrical, Landscaping, Masonry, Painting, Plumbing, Weatherization and Welding. High School Diploma or Equivalent Instructors / Coaches teaching SCJC’s academic and vocational training programs are credentialed by SCJC and must possess journey-level skills in the trades (usually 5 years of experience), a passion for the industry and a commitment to sharing their craft. Students will be trained to use basic and advanced BUILDING / CONSTRUCTION hand and power tools for their chose trade.
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Practical Project Management PSI Project Management, Inc. 1459.00 Yes
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PSIPM’s “Practical Project Management Course” is designed for project managers that want to develop or improve their project management methodology. This course is based on generally accepted project management practices and procedures. It is also based on a practical application flow of the ten knowledge areas, five process groups, and forty-nine processes that make up the framework of the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge - Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc. 2017 (PMBOK® Guide). The practical application of each process and project management terminology are covered in this course. Example project management subsidiary plans and working documents are provided and discussed throughout the course. The first two days are dedicated to developing a firm understanding of what is required for projects to be successful and to enable the repeatability of successful project management. The third day of the course is a workshop where a case study is analyzed, and the project management plan is written up. Earned value and project network diagramming exercises will also be completed. Takeaways from this course include: Knowledge and understanding of PMI terminology, Knowledge and understanding of the PMBOK® Guide processes and structure, Application of general project management techniques, Understanding of hybrid project management (Integration of Predicative and Agile project management approach), Understanding of how to measure project performance, actual results to planned results, Example project management plans which provide guides for methodology development, Example project management documents which can be adapted to the methodology. The overall purpose of this course is to provide foundational terminology and to provide information required to develop or improve the project management methodology. This course is not a preparation course for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) or the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) exams, instead it offers the practical application in project management. To prepare for the PMP® or CAPM® exam, PSIPM offers the Advanced Project Management Course. None Instructor is required to have a current Project Management Professional certification and they must be certified by the Project Management Institute as an Authorized Training Partner Instructor. They must also have a minimum of 10 years of broad industry and project management experience.
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Pre-Highway Construction Inspector – Testing Technician Asphalt Roadway and Earthwork Tri-County Technical College 5000.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Provides entry-level knowledge of equipment, concepts, specifications, and material testing procedures necessary to prepare to perform work as a highway construction inspector/testing technician. All testing requirements for Nuclear Gauge Haz-Mat Certification, SCDOT Asphalt Roadway Technician Certification, and SCDOT Earthwork and Base Course Technician Certification are included in the course. Course cost includes all books and materials. High School Diploma or Equivalent Minimum: Associate Degree in Civil Engineering or 2+ years related experience plus current related SCDOT Technician Certification All equipment is available for the training (measuring devices, sourceless nuclear density gauge, speedy moisture equipment, and one-point proctor equipment).
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Pre-Highway Construction Inspector - Testing Technician Hot Mix Asphalt Level 1 Quality Control Tri-County Technical College 3075.00 Yes
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Provides entry-level knowledge of equipment, concepts, specifications, and material testing procedures necessary to prepare to perform work as a hot mix asphalt (HMA) plant quality control technician. All testing requirements for SCDOT Hot Mix Asphalt Level 1 Quality Control Technician Certification are included in this course. Course cost includes all books and materials. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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Professional Medical Coding Curriculum Coding Clarified LLC 4999.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Let us clarify coding for you and become a CPC in just 16 weeks. We have classes starting daily and offer the flexibility of working on your own schedule but with instant access to your online instructor. 98% of our students pass the certification exam on the 1st attempt and make starting salaries of $20 to $25 per hour. Through our partnership with AAPC, we provide students with the Professional Medical Coding Curriculum (PMCC) including: Comprehensive instruction in ICD-10, CPT® and HCPCS coding, Textbooks and online access to AAPC’s Learning Management System, 1-year membership to AAPC, Exam voucher upon completion of the course, Exclusive access for Coding Clarified Alumni to our online, self-paced HCC Internship, 100% preparation for a career in remote coding. High School Diploma or Equivalent CPC-I, Certified Professional Coder Instructor All Training is 100% Remote & Online
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100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Project Management Bundle Advanced and Practical Project Management Courses PSI Project Management, Inc. 3499.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program bundle provides both the Advanced Project Management Course and the Practical Project Management Course as a bundle. This course provides the student with the information necessary to pass the Project Management and/or the Certified Associate In Project Management certification exams. In addition, the Practical Project Management Course provides a practical application that will enable the student with the necessary information to create a project management methodology. High School Diploma or Equivalent Instructor is required to have a current Project Management Professional certification and must have at least ten years of diverse project management experience. Instructor must be certified by Project Management Institute as an Authorized Training Partner Instructor
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100.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 34547.03 100.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 34547.03
Project Management Professional (by PMI) Altitude Consulting, LLC 4200.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
To prepare the student for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam with a condensed and rigorous review of Project Management fundamentals and best practices to ensure exam success. Course Information: Meeting Place: Virtual via Zoom, Meeting Time: 6pm - 9pm EST (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Monday, Tuesday), Duration: 3 Hours/session (5 sessions), On-Line Access: Provided after registration. Course Description: The Project Management Professional Exam Prep course is offered by Altitude Consulting, LLC. Participants who complete this course will be prepared to sit for the PMP Examination. The course will cover the standards used in conjunction with the PMBOK Guide, Sixth and Seventh Editions. Participants WILL NOT be granted contact hours/PDUs for this course. This course will provide a detailed dive into the fundamentals of project management, including methodologies, process groups, knowledge areas, tools and techniques, and project outcomes as entities progress through the project lifecycle. Students will be responsible for their exam fees via PMI. Course Schedule/Outline: Schedule Day 1: Session 1: The Altitude Consulting, LLC PMP Refresher, Course Overview. Introduction to the PMI-PMP Examination, Review of the Exam Outline and Handbook, Introduction PMBOK Chapters 1-3. PMBOK Chapter 4 – Project Integration Management, Initiating Process Group, Develop Project Charter Identify Stakeholders, Practice Exam I (50 questions). Session 2: Planning Process Group – Part I 24 Major Processes, Develop Project Management Plan. Plan Scope Management, Collect Requirements, Define Scope. Create WBS, Plan Schedule Management, Define Activities, Sequence Activities, Estimate Durations, Develop Schedule, Plan Cost Management, Estimate Costs, Determine Budget, Plan Quality Management, Plan Resource Management, Estimate Activity Resources, Plan, Communications Management, Plan Risk Management, Identify Risks, Qualitative Analysis, Quantitative Analysis, Plan Risk Responses, Plan Procurement Management, Plan Stakeholder Engagement, Practice Exam II (50 Questions). Day 2: Session 3: Planning Process Group – Part II, 24 Major Processes, The Order of Planning Practice Exam III (50 Questions). Session 4: Practice Exam IV (50 questions), Executing Process Group – Part I, Direct and Manage Work, Management Project Knowledge. Manage Quality, Acquire Resources, Develop Team, Manage Team. Manage Communications, Implement Risk Response, Conduct Procurements, Manage Stakeholder Engagement. Session 5: Practice Exam V (50 questions). Executing Process Group – Part II. Direct and Manage Work, Management Project Knowledge. Manage Quality, Acquire Resources. Develop Team. Manage Team, Manage Communications, Implement Risk Response Conduct Procurements, Manage Stakeholder Engagement. Day 3, Session 6: Full Practice Exam I. Monitoring and Controlling Process Group Part I. Monitor and Control Project Work. Perform Integrated. Change Control. Validate Scope. Control Scope. Control Schedule. Control Costs. Control Quality. Control Resources. Monitor Communications. Monitor Risks. Control Procurements. Monitor Stakeholder. Management. Session 7: Monitoring and Controlling Process Group Part II. Practice Exam VI. Day 4: Session 8: Closing Process Group. Additional Information Part I. Critical Path. Additional Formulas. Org Structures. Project Selection. Economic Models. Contract Types. Procurement Documentation. Organizational Theories. Types of Power. Theories of Quality Practice Exam VII. Session 9: Additional Information- Part II (Overview). Full Practice Exam II. Session 10: Open Topic Review Full Practice Exam III. Day 5: Session 11: Open Topic Review. Course Survey. Full Practice Exam IV. Session 12: Full Practice Exam. Recap of Information. Information References. Exam Prep. Cheat Sheet. Exam Day assistance. Helpful Tips. Course Survey. None Instructor is certified PMP holder.
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Project Management Training Program For PMP/CAPM Exam Prep and Project Managers PSI Project Management, Inc. 2499.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
A program that prepares individuals to apply quantitative and qualitative knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to manage projects in a wide range of fields and occupations. Includes instruction in project planning, risk management, cost and time management, contracts and procurement, accounting, statistics, decision making, and human resources. High School Diploma or Equivalent Instructor is required to have a PMP certification and be certified by PMI as an Authorized Training Partner. The Instructor must also have broad industry experience and extensive knowledge in project management. Must have a minimum of ten years project management working experience. A Bachelor's degree or higher is preferred. Equivalent experience may be accepted.
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75.76 29.03 96.77 77.42 12687.27 82.35 22.58 87.10 77.42 13000.00
Project Manager 1 - CE Midlands Technical College 3694.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The Project Manager I program is crafted to align with the Project Management Institute's (PMI) Project Management certifications. This comprehensive program encompasses two pivotal courses: the CAPM Prep Boot Camp and Agile Fundamentals. By enrolling in this program, students gain insight into project management knowledge, industry standards, as well as an array of tools and techniques indispensable for proficiently overseeing and guiding projects. The Agile Fundamentals course, centered around the widely embraced Agile Methodology known as SCRUM, is designed to expertly navigate the realm of software development projects. Upon successful completion of the Agile Fundamentals course, participants are empowered to actively contribute to any project team while comprehending the intricate Agile roles and associated responsibilities. In an era where organizations are swiftly transforming their approach to software development projects, the Agile Fundamentals course serves as a strategic stepping stone towards augmenting one's prospects within the dynamic IT landscape. This program operates on the foundation of ensuring that its graduates are aptly equipped to lead projects, irrespective of the diverse methodologies used by organizations. The ultimate aspiration is to furnish students with a comprehensive toolkit, enabling them to both prepare for and excel in the Project Management Institute's (PMI) Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) examination, alongside Scrum's Professional Scrum Master I certification exam. Additionally, participants are afforded a valuable one-year subscription to RMC Learning—an illustrious institution lauded for its three decades of unparalleled expertise in project management exam preparation resources. None
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Project Manager 2 – CE Midlands Technical College 4194.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The Project Manager II program was crafted to align with the standards set by the Project Management Institute (PMI) for Project Management certifications. This comprehensive program encompasses two pivotal courses: the PMP Prep Boot Camp and Agile Fundamentals. These courses have been designed to equip students with the essential knowledge, industry standards, and advanced tools and techniques needed to proficiently manage and lead projects within both predictive and adaptive environments. The Agile Fundamentals course, at its core, revolves around the widely embraced Agile Methodology, specifically SCRUM. It has been structured to navigate the intricate world of software development projects. Upon successful completion of the Agile Fundamentals course, participants emerge with the capability to actively contribute to any project team while fully comprehending the advanced Agile roles and their associated responsibilities. In an era where organizations are swiftly transforming their approach to software development projects, this course serves as a strategic stepping stone, enhancing one's prospects within the dynamic IT landscape. Our program operates with a foundational commitment to ensuring that its graduates are exceptionally well-prepared to lead projects, regardless of the diverse methodologies employed by organizations. Our ultimate aspiration is to furnish students with a comprehensive toolkit that not only enables them to excel in the Project Management Institute's Project Management Professional (PMP) examination but also equips them to tackle Scrum's Professional Scrum Master I certification exam with confidence. Additionally, participants are afforded a highly valuable one-year subscription to RMC Learning—an illustrious institution lauded for its three decades of unparalleled expertise in providing project management exam preparation resources. None
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Radiologic Technology - Associate Degree Horry-Georgetown Technical College 19401.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Prepares students to assist the radiologist in performing examinations of the body to rule out, or confirm and identify, fractures or diseases. Radiologic Technologists are educated in the precise use of highly technical radiographic equipment and ionizing radiation to perform radiographic procedures. Students will learn to operate equipment and accessories under direct supervision of Board-Certified Radiologists and Technologists. The program is committed to instilling in all students critical-thinking skills, development of interpersonal skills, and a commitment to lifelong learning. High School Diploma or Equivalent Required Faculty Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or Associate's degree in discipline and two years experience, SC license with demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline. Preferred Faculty Qualifications: Master's degree with teaching experience.
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75.00 0.00 75.00 75.00 11216.86 75.00 0.00 75.00 75.00 11216.86
Refresher Course for CDL SBL Driving Academy, Inc. 1500.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
The Refresher Course is offered to persons who hold a current valid CDL with applicable endorsements, along with the required Medical credentials to drive commercially, and need recent verifiable driving experience to re-enter the job market. This is a forty hour class. Combination of Education and Course(s)
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Small Engine Mechanic - CE Midlands Technical College 599.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Gain a working knowledge of types and operation of small engines, engine service, and repair of outdoor power equipment. From lawnmowers to go-carts, to weed-eaters – if it has a small engine, learn to troubleshoot, repair, and even rebuild if necessary. The practical, hands-on learning experience from this course will provide benefits that last a lifetime. Whether you repair small engines for a living or just keep up with your own equipment, the class will easily pay for itself many times over. In about six weeks, you can have a working knowledge of types and operation of small engines, engine service, and repair of outdoor power equipment. Small engine repair professionals can earn over $20 an hour with experience. A list of tools with a cost of approximately $100 will be given on the first day of the class. None
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South Carolina Manufacturing Certification (SCMC) - CE Midlands Technical College 2499.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Obtain 10 separate manufacturing certifications in just ten weeks with this program, and you’ll have the essential skills for high-demand jobs in advanced manufacturing. The “MSSC – Certified Production Technician” national certification is awarded upon successfully completing the Safety, Quality Practices and Measurement, Manufacturing Processes and Production, and Maintenance Awareness assessments. Earn $12 to $18 an hour as production associate, assembly operators, or other entry-level position in a local manufacturing facility. None
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Sterile Processing Technician - CE Midlands Technical College 2393.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program teaches students to prepare instruments/packages for processing, decontamination, ultrasonic cleaner disinfection, sterilizations, and distribution in the hospital or surgery setting. Sterile Processing technicians are responsible for processing surgical instruments, supplies, and equipment. Serving in settings ranging from hospitals to ambulatory surgery centers, central service technicians provide support to patient services. Central Service Department tasks include decontaminating, cleaning, processing, assembling, sterilizing, storing, and distributing the medical devices and supplies needed for patient care. The Central Service Department of a health care facility is the heart of all activity surrounding instruments, supplies, and equipment required for operating rooms, endoscopy suites, intensive care units, birth centers, clinics, emergency departments and other patient care areas. Sterile Processing technicians play a most important role in patient care arenas and are responsible for first-line processes to prevent patient infections. None
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Stick Welder CE Midlands Technical College 5957.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program focuses on the Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) process. In three, 9-week classes you will learn how to fillet, groove, and pipe weld in all positions. You will also learn how to properly setup and use an Oxy-Fuel Torch. The Stick Welder Certificate is a stand alone certificate, but can be combined with the MIG/Flux Cored and TIG certificates to earn the Comprehensive Welder Certificate. Students are required to purchase approximately $400-500 worth of welding gear and small hand tools. None
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TIG Welder - CE Midlands Technical College 4558.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program focuses on the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) process. In two, 9-week classes you will learn how to fillet and groove weld flat plate in all positions as well as pipe weld in the 6G position. The TIG Welder Certificate is a stand alone certificate, but should be taken after the Stick or MIG/Flux Cored certificates. To ensure the best training outcomes, experienced welders seeking to upskill with TIG training alone should meet with a welding instructor prior to enrolling in the program to determine skill level. Students are required to purchase approximately $400-500 worth of welding gear and small hand tools. Courses taken in this program may be applied toward academic program courses. This will be done on a case-by-case basis. Course(s)
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Truck Driver - CDL Palmetto Training Inc 5900.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Truck Driver - CDL Class A. None
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81.12 59.95 82.92 83.25 8707.92 81.12 59.95 82.92 83.25 8707.92
Truck Driver - CDL - Semi - Tractor Trailer Truck Driver Institute 5068.50 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Semi-Tractor-Trailer Driver Training (Basic). High School Diploma or Equivalent 1. An instructor must meet State age requirements 2. Must be a high school graduate or have obtained its equivalency. 3. Must have a minimum of three (3) years work experience in the area to be instructed, unless waived. TRACTORS WITH VARIOUS SPEED TRANSMISSIONS ARE USED IN TRAINING.  EQUIPMENT IS SIMILAR TO THAT USED BY THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY.
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88.20 36.38 85.82 82.52 9030.17 88.20 36.38 85.82 82.52 9030.17
Truck Driver - CDL Class A Tri-County Technical College 5007.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Includes classroom, range, and behind-the-wheel training. Class A training is either a 5-week day program meets Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Friday 8:00 am-2:00 pm or a 9-week evening program meeting Monday - Thursday 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm. Two testing attempts for CDL licensure are included as part of the course. High School Diploma or Equivalent Minimum: SCDMV-Certified CDL instructor plus either Bachelor's Degree or 4+ years related experience All equipment is available for the training (Class A tractor trailer).
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94.33 37.50 89.86 89.71 10353.46 94.33 37.50 89.86 89.71 10353.46
Truck Driver - CDL Class B Tri-County Technical College 2707.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Includes classroom, range, and behind-the-wheel training. Meets Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Friday 8:00am-2:00pm. Two testing attempts for CDL licensure are included as part of the course. High School Diploma or Equivalent Minimum: SCDMV- Certified CDL instructor plus either Bachelor's Degree or 4+ years related experience All equipment is available for the training (Class B truck)
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100.00 0.00 100.00 100.00 9374.25 100.00 0.00 100.00 100.00 9374.25
Truck Driver Training Trusted King Transport LLC 5250.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
In this course, students learn to apply appropriate knowledge to successfully secure a Class A operating license and relevant endorsement through the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles. Commercial License Training that provides 160 hours of training, with three-course of training that ranges from the classroom, labs, and behind the wheel training. Also, will assist with job placement for a certified graduate with specified credentials. None Instructor/ Teachers creditable Certify by State; 3 or more years in the field of operation; Over 100K miles operating Commercial Motor Vehicle without recorded faults Commercial Motor Vehicle with a 53ft DRY VAN TRLR
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100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 8856.45 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 8856.45
TTD40 SAGE Truck Driving Schools 3205.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Class A CDL Refresher Program. None
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Valley Coach & Logistics Commercial Driving Training School Valley Coach & Logistics Driving Training School 6500.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Valley Coach and Logistics Commercial Driver Training School is a full time training provider that specializes in commercial truck and bus driver training. We offer full service Entry Level Driver Training that is required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) as of February 2022. None All of our training equipment is DPF which is mandated by the EPA.
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0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Veterinary Assistant Aiken Technical College 795.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Veterinary Assistant program. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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Veterinary Assistant - CE Midlands Technical College 899.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
In just six weeks, students can have all the necessary skills to become a professional veterinary assistant. Learn all the aspects of veterinary medicine necessary like receptionist duties, laboratory procedures, medical terminology, and customer service skills. Veterinary assistants start with a competitive salary working in veterinary practices, veterinarian hospitals, shelters, and rescue organizations. All materials included. Offsite dates meet at Midlands Veterinary Practice. None
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87.50 62.50 62.50 50.00 5563.08 75.00 62.50 62.50 50.00 5563.08
Web Software Developer and Engineer - CE Midlands Technical College 13000.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
This program provides individuals with no prior computer programming experience the necessary skills to become junior full-stack developers ready for immediate employment. The course covers programming languages such as HTML5, JavaScript, CSS, JAVA, as well as databases (such as relational and NoSQL/document) and includes webserver and front-end frameworks. Students will learn Agile/Scrum practices. All concepts learned are demonstrated throughout the class with extensive coding exercises, individual and group projects, and a large capstone project. The program typically runs once per year and includes a vetting process managed by our business partners at Create Opportunity through their on-boarding procedure. To begin this process and learn more about the program, interested individuals should visit the Create Opportunity website at https://createopp.com and sign up for an Information Session using the button located at the top right of the screen. High School Diploma or Equivalent
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25.00 0.00 72.22 20.00 7437.11 25.00 0.00 72.22 20.00 7437.11
Welding - MIG - Level I Palmetto Training Inc 5250.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Welding - MIG - Level I. None Certified through NCCER, 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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Welding - MIG - Level II Palmetto Training Inc 5250.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Welding – MIG – Level II None Certified through NCCER, 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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Welding - Pulse MIG/GMAW - Level I&II Palmetto Training Inc 5500.00 Yes
Program Description Prerequisites Instructor Qualifications Equipment Description
Pulse MIG welding in accordance with DoD Military Specification. None NCCER / AWS and OSHA National and Local Equipment and Training material is various from program to program. Equipment changes as Industry require to meet national certifications.
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