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  Health Science Technology CIP 51.0899
    1st Year AM: 874
  10-12
 2
  3
      2nd Year PM: 875
   11-12
 All Day: 876
   12
    With today’s fast growing medical profession, consider a career in health care. This program will assist you in getting into a financially rewarding health career or an edge in your post-secondary health field studies. Many students continue their education to become Pediatric Nurses, Surgical and Veterinary Technicians. Students can also prepare for careers in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Medical Offices, along with many other medical specialties. This pre-nursing course gives you an opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience and interact with patients under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Student have the opportunity to obtain the following certifications; American Heart Association CPR/AED, American Heart Association First Aid, and Direct Care Staff Worker Certification.
     Information Technology
  Computer Networking & Security
CIP 11.0901
    1st Year AM: 885
  10-12
 2
  3
      2nd Year PM: 886
   11-12
 All Day: 887
   12
    This exciting technical course prepares students to design, maintain and secure today’s Information Technology (IT) Systems which support every aspect of our global economy. Network Security Specialists acting as Ethical Hackers prevent data loss from cyber-attacks, network intrusions and viruses, protecting valuable personal and corporate data. Students will use the latest tools to gain the practical experience needed to earn valuable professional certifications such as A+, Network+ , CISCO and Security+. Network Security Specialists are in high demand in law enforcement, large corporations, and government agencies including the FBI, CIA and NSA.
  Multimedia Design CIP 11.0801
    1st Year AM: 888
  10-12
 2
  3
      2nd Year PM: 889
   11-12
 All Day: 870
   12
    This program gives students the freedom to be creative, imaginative and inspired to create presentations for entertainment, industrial and commercial use. Students learn to use hardware such as digital and video cameras and projectors in conjunction with computers and internet. The course content is designed to create animation, manipulate photographs, create pictures, podcasts and web sites using state-of-the-art software. Both platforms of personal computers and MACs are taught. Finally, students complete a digital portfolio showcasing their “best works”.
     Manufacturing
  Advanced Manufacturing CIP 48.0501
    1st Year AM: 877
  10-12
 2
  3
      2nd Year PM: 878
   11-12
 All Day: 879
   12
    Advanced Manufacturing is a high paying field that requires both technical knowledge and hands-on training. Students will learn to design and create metal objects that are useful in everyday life. Students will read blueprints, cut, shape and finish metal products on state-of-the-art manual and computer controlled machines. Student projects have included making: motorcycle parts, all-terrain vehicle parts, race car parts, machinist tools, chess sets, ornaments, name tags, gears and 15 pound combat robots. This program is accredited by NIMS (National Institute for Metalworking Skills). Students have the opportunity to obtain NIMS Level I Certification and OSHA Safety Certification.
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