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Advanced Web Development

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Course Description


Students will design and develop websities, create web databases, and understand the basic tools of the internet marketing. Students will learn to use web languages such as HTML5, CSS, JavaScript and become procient in using
industry tools.  Each student will have the opportunity to earn the following industry certications:  Advanced HTML5 and CSS3 Specialist, Web Design Specialist, JavaScript Specialist, Database Design specialist, CIW + Linux, Essentials, CIW E-commerce, IC3, MTA, Linux+.


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Scott Brimhall
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801.826.6658

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Course Description

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

This course provides clinical experience in long-term hospital, & immunization clinical settings, and is an excellent introduction to basic nursing skills. Set yourself up to meet pre-requisites for medical programs in college. Learn anatomy, physiology, nutrition, medical terminology, first aide, and CPR.

This semester course provides education and skills training necessary to prepares individuals to take the state written and skills (hands-on) certification exam upon successful course completion. Students will be ready to perform basic nursing (patient care) skills to meet the needs of patients in hospitals or long-term care facilities under the training and supervision of a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse. 


The course requires attendance for all classroom instruction as well as 100 clinical hours outside of the classroom. These clinical hours are performed during weekday afternoon/evening or Saturday morning hours at a long-term care center and/or a hospital. Course fees and individual transportation to clinicals are required. Five concurrent enrollment college credits are available for taking Medical Terminology and First Aid/CPR certification. Participation in the HOSA youth organization will be an integral part of this course.

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Dalton Magee

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801.826.6638

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Welding Technician

Properly skilled welders with up-to-date training will have great job prospects. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts welding will continue to be a secure vocation, pointing to many regions reporting job shortages. Basic welding skills are the same across industries; the Labor Bureau’s job forecast indicated that welders can easily shift from one industry to another, depending on where they are needed most. 

The AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY sets the standards for all the skills that will be taught in this program: Oxyacetylene, stick (SMAW), wire feed (GMAW, FCAW), tungsten (TIG), plasma cutting along with classroom welding theory will be taught. These skills will enable students to be ready for various welding jobs or enable students to continue their education in a post-secondary training program. Concurrent enrollment is available in the course. Participation in the SkillsUSA youth organization will be an integral part of this course. 

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Physical Therapy

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Austin Giove
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This program is designed for students interested in the rehabilitation career field of physical therapy. Students will learn skills required to function as a therapy or rehabilitation technician including therapy treatments, communication skills, patient transfers, patient ambulation, patient range of motion, clinic policies and procedures, and professionalism.  Students will learn to assist physical therapists and physical therapist assistants in managing patient care in a rehabilitation setting such as outpatient, hospital, and skilled nursing facilities.  Students will demonstrate abilities such as patient range of motion, therapeutic exercise, interpersonal and professional communication skills, and basic and functional human anatomy.  Students will participate in clinical observations.

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Rebekah Kay
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801.826.6641

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Medical Forensics

Do you enjoy the challenge of solving a mystery? Explore a career in medical forensics.Employment of forensic science technicians is expected to grow by 19 percent from 2010 to 2020. Competition for jobs will be strong because of substantial interest in forensic science. Get ahead and establish a strong foundation for college programs.

This semester course is designed to create an awareness of the branch of health science relating to medical forensics. This course focuses on introductory skills and assessment in order to develop the ability to identify, analyze, and process logically using deductive reasoning and problem solving. Medical forensics involves many aspects of health science instruction including laboratory skills and safety, microscopy, toxicology, measurement, physical evidence identification, pathology, anthropology, entomology, psychology, photography and career exploration. Participation in the HOSA youth organization will be an integral part of this course.

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